Curry sinks NBA Finals record 9 3-pointers in Warriors romp

Curry sinks NBA Finals record 9 3-pointers in Warriors romp

"So, pretty special night, and hopefully some more special things happen and we get two more wins".

The Warriors, who never trailed, can sweep the series with wins in Cleveland on Wednesday and Friday.

Ray Allen had set the previous record with the Boston Celtics in 2010.

"He was tremendous", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. You know he's gonna hit some shots. "Yeah, he was fantastic".

After the little exchange, Curry put on a show in the fourth quarter, scoring 16 points, including 5 three's and 1 FT. No foul was called on Curry, but instead a technical foul was called on Cavaliers' coach Tyronn Lue for protesting the lack of a call. "Once he releases it, (if) he sees the basket, he usually makes it". Klay Thompson, who had been questionable to play with a high ankle sprain, scored 20 points and Kevin Durant flew under the radar with 26 points on 10-of-14 shooting.

LeBron James, who scored 51 points in Thursday's loss, faced a more dogged defence on Sunday but still managed 29 points on 10-20 shooting while playing almost the entire game. "But that shouldn't give us any comfort", James said. It may be an impossible feat in the end, but when you have LeBron James, anything is possible.

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Teams that win the first two games have won the National Basketball Association title 88 percent of the time, a good omen for a Warriors club seeking a third crown in four seasons.

"We just played a more intense defensive game tonight than we did in Game 1", he told reporters.

Once the Cavs defense broke down, they had to repurpose their energy toward stopping McGee and Bell from getting open dunks, and that came at the expense of defending Curry.

"Tough shot taker, tough shot maker", said Warriors forward Draymond Green.

"It was like dagger after dagger". This is the last team in the world you want to relax against. With the score tied and a chance for the Cavs to take the lead via a free throw with four seconds left, Smith collected the missed free throw rebound and essentially ran out the clock thinking GSW was ahead. "Last year was the first Finals I was in, so it was more uhhhh uhhhh".

The admission comes on the heels of a pair of officiating controversies in Game 1.

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"I think if you ask them and they were being honest, they don't like all the hype he gets, and they have to direct it that way".

Thompson said: "The part that's odd for Steph, like why does that mean there has to be some beef between us?" "He's got to keep taking his shots".

The NBA Finals is serious business for Filipinos. Let's roast some more of his behavior throughout his career, shall we?

Cleveland pulled within five points three times in the third quarter but the Warriors carried a 90-80 lead after three quarters. "Our guys did a good job of that". But unless they can find a way to bottle up Curry and the rediscovered Warriors' offense, even home-court advantage may not be enough to make this a series again.

"That was kind of like a dagger shot", teammate Thompson said.

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