The Golden State Warriors took command of the series with a 132-113 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers to take a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals. But there is a sense that no matter how great the Cavs play, and regardless of what they can do to slow down the Warriors, there are no answers for a question that now seems like a formality. "Two different eras, playing against different teams", Green said, referring to the 1995-96 Bulls, the team he feels is the Warriors' top competition.
That's been quite evident through two games.
Curry was excited for his statistical feat on a night of fast-paced playmaking and spectacular moves, but disappointed in his eight turnovers, twice what the team had in game one.
Their leader and reigning NBA Coach of the Year assuming his usual courtside seat, Curry received a special request from Kerr: "to play with passion and play with joy", Curry shared.
"It's been a great run, but none of that matters unless we can finish the job", said the Warriors' head coach, Steve Kerr. "We play that same game in Cleveland, there's no way we win". "I'm just strengthening my mind and getting my mind ready and focused on what (June 7) is going to bring".
"Guys are locked in like I've never seen before, understand the task ahead and know that this is going to be the hardest game of the series", Green said.
"I thought we were much more physical, we had bodies on bodies and we have to do that against those guys, because if we let them run free, then they are even that more unsafe".
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They have the best player in the world. They committed 20 turnovers in Game 2 and still generated the most points scored against Cleveland this postseason.
And while forward Kevin Love made a decent contribution with 27 points, James did not get much help from guard Kyrie Irving, the other member of the "Big Three", who made only 8-of-23 shots for 19 points. "They're a different team".
Warriors center Zaza Pachulia was excited to hear the news, as was a sellout crowd of home supporters who gave Kerr an thunderous ovation.
"It's something I am accustomed to", James said. "Every mistake you make defensively, they make you pay, and you saw that", Lue said. In all, he put together 11 assists and 10 rebounds in a triple-double to match LeBron James. ESPN reported the Cavs' coaching staff might consider starting Iman Shumpert instead of J.R. Smith, who is struggling on both ends of the court.