Warriors, Curry Overwhelm Cavs 122-103 In Game 2 NBA Finals Win

Compared to the drama-filled, overtime epic that was Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals, Game 2 was a one-sided mugging, with the Golden State Warriors bullying the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 122-103 point victory. 

Steph Curry continued to make his case for 2018 NBA Finals MVP by scoring 33 pts, including setting a new Finals record for most three-pointers made ever at nine.

The Shadow League on Twitter

Wardell Stephen Curry II. Most three-pointers ever in an NBA finals game! https://t.co/pZGWS4rmSx

LeBron James could only do so much and never could fully hit his stride.  James scored 29 points for the Cavs, but the Warriors were firing all cylinders. 

At times it felt like the refs swallowed their whistle, in favor of the hometown crowd, but basketball is a team sport, and James bench and role players still have to play their positions

The Shadow League on Twitter

Uhhh LeBron looks like he has some legitimate beef on this one. https://t.co/XR83W0D67B

Game 3 of the 2018 NBA Finals will begin on Wednesday, June 6th at 9 pm Eastern Time.

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