Sunday night at Oakland's Oracle Arena and it's 2-0, the Golden State Warriors are two wins from getting to be consecutive champions in the wake of beating the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 122-103 in Game 2 of the NBA finals.

Stephen Curry drove Golden State with 33 pts, going 9 of 17 from three-point run, and the group's overwhelming hostile trio of Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant, and Curry joined for 79 total pts.

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Curry's nine three-pointers broke the NBA finals record of eight set by the Celtics' Ray Allen in 2010. In an on-court meet with ABC's Doris Burke following the diversion, Curry discussed what it resembled to break Allen's record.

He said that 'it implies a considerable measure'.

"As I've experienced the vocation I've been honored to play, Reggie (Miller) and Ray Allen are the two names that constantly fly up at the highest point of all the 3-point shooter records, so whenever you're said with those names is really extraordinary".

The balanced exertion, with a lot of assistance from Golden State's seat, counterbalanced a gigantic amusement from LeBron James, who had 29 pts, 13 great assists and nine rebounds.

James got some assistance from George Hill and Kevin Love, however that wasn't almost enough on a day where the Warriors had 8 players attempt, including the recently introduced beginning pts, JaVale McGee, who scored the initial 4 pts of the amusement and completed with twelve.

The arrangement currently moves to Cleveland, with the vigorously supported Warriors in firm control regardless of whether the diversions have been much more focused than most intellectuals anticipated.

Will the Cavaliers take a win or will the Warriors win it straight?