Warriors Dominate Game 2; Appear in Total Control of Finals

After the Golden State Warriors advanced past the Oklahoma City Thunder in a thrilling, hard-fought 7-game series, many wondered if the Cleveland Cavaliers would provide as tough of a test in the NBA Finals. So far, through the first two games of this series, these questions were completely warranted as the Finals appear more like a victory lap for the Warriors than a revenge opportunity for last year’s Finals runner-ups.

The Golden State Warriors dominated the second game of the Finals on Sunday night, beating the Cavaliers 110-77. Draymond Green led the way with 28 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists. Steph Curry played a modest 25 minutes, scoring 18 points and acquiring 9 rebounds. The Warriors fell behind in the first quarter, 21-19, then proceeded to win the next three quarters, each by double digits.

A steady content throughout the game on social media, as many people acknowledged how badly the Game 2 beatdown was for Cavaliers at the hands of the Warriors.
A steady content throughout the game on social media, as many people acknowledged how badly the Game 2 beatdown was for Cavaliers at the hands of the Warriors.

From a social perspective, the series is being shown for the blowout that it, at least so far, has been.

And, perhaps, even Cavs fans had enough of Game 2 before it even ended:

 

We’ll see if the Warriors have the same type of success after the series moves back to Cleveland. Until then, here are some of the best statuses from the Warriors’ game 2 blowout of the Cavs, via Social Delta:

Then, once the game began to get out of hand…


The Warriors and Cavs will go back at it on Wednesday night, hopefully giving us a more competitive game when the series moves to Cleveland.

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