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Golden State Warriors easily take the Cleveland Cavaliers in NBA finals game 2

Shaun Livingston, Kyrie Irving

Monday June 06, 2016 – There would be no Game 2 redemption for LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers this time. James’s streak of winning nine straight Game 2s following a loss was emphatically snapped as the Warriors seized control of the 2016 NBA finals, snatching victory on Sunday night by a healthy 110-77 margin.

James hasn’t been in this situation in the finals since 2007, a series he would likely prefer to forget. That Cavs team went on to get swept by the San Antonio Spurs. That outcome, however unlikely sounding when the finals began, is starting to feel like a distinct possibility. Cleveland had no answer for the Warriors’ electric offense. They went small and they went big. They threw Channing Frye, Timofey Mozgov, and Richard Jefferson at the Dubs’ front court. But the points continued to pour in for the champions.

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