Curry claims NBA Finals record in Warriors romp

Curry claims NBA Finals record in Warriors romp

Considering how Curry shot from 3-point range in the Golden State Warriors' 122-103 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2 on Sunday night, the replica glove was just fine sitting unused in his locker.

Former Celtics star Ray Allen set the previous record when he made eight 3-pointers against the Lakers in Game 2 of the 2010 Finals between Boston and Los Angeles.

29/13/9 - He may not have scored 40-plus like he has done for much of the playoffs, but James' 29 points, 13 assists, nine rebounds, and two steals were still dominate, especially considering a handful of his passes either led to wide-open misses by his teammates or a shooting foul, both of which don't count as assists.

"Regardless of how the season went, that's a pretty cool deal to accomplish", Curry told reporters.

The third "make it" moment happened shortly after the win, in the summer of 2015 when Curry got a call from President Barack Obama asking if he wanted to play golf.

Steph Curry set a new National Basketball Association finals record for most successful three-point attempts after landing nine from long-range. "I got to the bench, first thing that came to my mind I was like, "OK, I was calling a timeout.' But hopefully, I'm glad maybe if we didn't have any, I'm glad they didn't give it to me".

He played 18 minutes Sunday night alone, all of it based what coach Steve Kerr saw in Game 1. "He seemed to hit a big shot every time we needed him".

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Curry left the game with less than four minutes to go in the game and the Warriors comfortably ahead. "But as far as working harder, I think I got exhausted once". "We did a great job of attacking offensively and playing more physically defensively". But beneath the surface, Curry is giving the troubled Cavs' defense fits in part because of what he and Klay Thompson do better than anyone else: Move without the ball to free themselves for open shots.

"I wasn't necessarily surprised", McGee said, per Melissa Rohlin of the San Jose Mercury News.

The Warriors attacked James defensively and let Curry lose for 33 points.

According to critics, rather than displaying his frustration, James should have done more to encourage his teammates heading into overtime - a notion the 4-time MVP disagreed with when presented with it on Wednesday.

JaVale McGee scored 12 points, making all six of his shots in his first career NBA Finals start as Kerr made a lineup switch that proved spot on. The Watch ESPN app is also accessible via a cable or satellite provider login where the NBA Finals can be streamed.

We already knew what started the argument.

"I think I only got exhausted once tonight", James said. And their domination doesn't appear to be ending anytime soon, so if they keep winning Golden State will have its place in history.

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