Published: Mon, June 04, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Steph Curry breaks Finals record in dominant Game 2 performance

Steph Curry breaks Finals record in dominant Game 2 performance

While Love scored 21 points to go along with 13 rebounds, he converted just one of his eight three-point shot attempts. Coming off a historic 51-point performance in Game 1, James played all but four minutes of the game but couldn't carry his team to victory.

In addition to his game-high point total, Curry also added eight assists and seven rebounds.

In 38 minutes, Curry finished with 33 points on 11-of-26 shooting while hitting nine of 17 3-pointers.

After Green's second-quarter eye poke on Thursday left a noticeable mark, the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar took the court for warmups before Game 2 on Sunday with an even bigger blood spot on his left eye. DEVELOPING: This story will be updated.

If Cleveland Cavaliers fans needed another reason to hate Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green, they got it on Saturday.

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"It was a bunch of nothing", Curry told USA TODAY Sports after Game 1 about the sequence. He says he plans on playing yet is officially listed as questionable. The first two baskets came from McGee, who was inserted into the starting lineup as Golden State's center.

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In the meantime, retired law enforcement officer Steve Rogers says you should give the cops your name if they suspect a crime. The three officers involved in the altercation have been reassigned to administrative duty , pending the investigation.

Kerr remains optimistic the 2015 NBA Finals MVP will play at some point in the series. The no-call generated fierce protest from James and the entire Cleveland bench, and coach Tyronn Lue, who received only a single technical foul during the regular season, was assessed one. It ended up with the Golden State Warriors winning 124-114. "Both parts did our best to make it work", Calderon said.

And now, it's the fourth straight NBA Finals for Carlos Santana.

I could be wrong, but I think these two games are going to be emotionally draining for the Cavs - and especially, LeBron James.

Forgetting those final few seconds of Game 1 needs to be a priority for the Cavs.

But in Game 2, Cleveland remained competitive, getting some solid outside shooting from Kevin Love and making a game of it heading into the fourth quarter.

After first saying he knew the game was tied, Smith backtracked saying, "I can't say I was sure of anything at that point".

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