LeBron James' eye remains bloodshot in Game 2 of 2018 NBA Finals

LeBron James' eye remains bloodshot in Game 2 of 2018 NBA Finals

After he was seen limping to the locker room to undergo a medical evaluation, Thompson returned to the court for the second quarter, scoring 24 points in Golden State's 124-114 OT victory.

Of course, this came after James had 51 points in the gut-punch Game 1 loss when George Hill missed a potential game-winning free throw and Smith forgot what the score was.

Curry's tally is now up to 370 3-pointers, surpassing James' 369.

Through the first 10 minutes of Game 2, James appears to be doing just fine, tallying 8 points on 3-of-3 shooting to go along with 5 assists.

The Cavs face a must-win appointment with the Warriors on Wednesday night. DEVELOPING: This story will be updated. Smith's decision to dribble the ball outside of the three-point line rather than attempt a layup and try to draw a foul made no sense.

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For a moment, it sounded as if Green was backing down.

The Warriors listed Thompson as questionable for Sunday's second game with a bruise in his left leg, though Thompson offered more specifics Saturday after practice.

McGee's five baskets through 26 minutes matched James' total.

James opened the 4th quarter with a 3-pointer but Curry followed with back-to-back treys for a 96-83 Warriors edge. Draymond Green added 13 points, 11 rebounds, nine assists, five steals and two blocked shots.

The Cleveland Cavaliers finished the regular season as the league's 29th worse defensive, giving up over 109 points per 100 possessions.

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Thompson was asked if he felt "helpless" when forced to guard Steph Curry and Klay Thompson on the perimeter and didn't take kindly to that question, immediately searching for his stuff and grumbling "that's f*cked up" as he promptly walked out of the scrum. Houston's third quarter performance undid all of its hard work, but it proved that breaking down the Warriors isn't impossible. They shot 59.5 percent in the first half despite going 6 of 19 on 3s.

"It's better. It doesn't look better, but the docs told me it's better", James said.

The Internet is having fun with LeBron James reaction to J Smith in the final match of National Basketball Association. "No matter offensively or defensively".

The Cavaliers All-Star says the Warriors have "had a two-time MVP sit out playoff games and they've won".

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