At Oakland, California:
Kevin Durant scored 33 points (to go with his 13 rebounds and who is pictured here) while Stephen Curry added 32 (to go with his 11 assists and 10 rebounds for his first career playoff triple-double) and Klay Thompson 22 as the Golden State Warriors overpowered the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers 132-113 in Sunday's second game of the NBA Finals which the Warriors now lead two games to none.
The Warriors have now won an NBA record 14 straight playoff games.
After a six-week absence, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr returned to the bench.
LeBron James had a triple-double (29 points, 14 assists, and 11 rebounds) to pace the Cavaliers while Kevin Love added 27 points and Kyrie Irving contributed 19.
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