Curry's triple-double leads Warriors to Game 2 rout

Curry's triple-double leads Warriors to Game 2 rout

With J.R. Smith and Tristan Thompson combining for just a single field goal among the starters and Cleveland's bench shooting a combined 6-for-24 from the field - with Richard Jefferson accounting for half of those field goals. "And I had a natural reaction to get him from over me, like you don't step over a grown man", said Green. The problem was they couldn't stop Golden State's high-powered attack.

Kerr says he will coach Warriors for remainder of Finals

Former Warriors coach Al Attles was honored for his longevity and influence before Game 2 of the NBA Finals . "We're never anxious about him and his shooting or anything and spotlight that's on that", Stephen Curry said. Thompson rediscovered his stroke, scoring 22 points on 8-of-12 shooting, including 4-of-7 beyond the arc. The game marked the return of Warriors coach Steve Kerr , who was sidelined earlier in the playoffs by persistent back pain following several surgeries.

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The strategy worked for a while, as Johnson held off the field the next 30 laps. "We made a little mistake in that last adjustment, and that cost us". "I don't know if he blew a tire or something, and I ended up in something that he had on track". "We are leaning on (the No. 48 team) pretty hard this weekend".

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That match was one of six still to be completed when rain halted play. Playing Paris for the first time in five years, del Potro had his moments-and chances to snatch a one-set lead. Fernando Verdasco of Spain defeated 22nd-seeded Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay 6-2, 6-1, 6-3 and will face the victor of the match between eighth-seeded Kei Nishikori of Japan and Hyeon Chung of South Korea.

Warriors' Steve Kerr returns to the bench, will coach Game 2

Warriors' Steve Kerr returns to the bench, will coach Game 2

Sidelined for nearly six weeks because of lingering complications from back surgery, Kerr returned to the bench for Game 2 of the National Basketball Association final on Sunday night and didn't think he'd need to give some impassioned speech to his players before he was back.

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Secondly, the Warriors didn't really play that well. Curry and Kevin Durant tag-teamed the Warriors within two victories of another championship. As they have developed into a juggernaut, they have bought into the notion of how entertaining they are to watch. This team , their offense is constant movement, so you got to be locked in, you can't take a peek somewhere and lose your man, so they make you pay.