NBA Finals: Stephen Curry's Record Breaking 3-Pointers Propels Warriors To 2-0 Win

| June 4 , 2018 , 13:32 IST

Stephen Curry's splendorous performance with 33 point game gave a 2-0 series lead for The Golden State in the best of seven series after a 122-103 victory against Cleveland Cavaliers played at the Oracle Arena in Oakland.

The Golden States came back with a mind-blowing in the Game 2 of the NBA finals. The team dominated Cleveland Cavaliers on both sides of the court. Star player Curry said, “we’ve got to get that same focus going to Cleveland.”

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Curry scored 16 points in the fourth quarter, including a 4-point from the corner 3-pointer.

Curry eight 3-pointers in the finals game broke the record of Ray Allen of Boston in 2010. After this special performance, Curry said, “To be on top of that 3-pointers list is pretty special.”

With curry Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and JaVale Mcgee contributed to the game by 26,20 and 12 points respectively.

Cleveland was nowhere near the Warriors other than five points in the second half. The Cavalier superstar LeBron James netted 29 points with 13 assists and nine rebound while Kevin Love managed to get 22 points and 10 rebounds.

Both the teams share a long history as the Cavaliers and warriors are facing each other for the fourth consecutive NBA finals. The Golden State has won the title in 2015 and 2017 while the Cleveland was crowned with the 2016 title. The Golden Crowns were back with blow rallying from a 3-1 deficit.