If the Cleveland Cavaliers thought they were going to make it tough for the Golden State Warriors to win the NBA’s final matchup of the season, they’ll need to think much harder. Yesterday’s game was a big wake-up call in Game 2 of their series as the Warriors blew out the Cavaliers by 33 points at 110-77.
Draymond Green came out swinging with 28 points, seven rebounds, and five assists to lead scoring for the Golden State Warriors. The MVP Stephen Curry scored a total of 18 points, and Klay Thompson who scored 17 points and also had 5 assists.
Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love may not play in Game 3 after he was placed in the NBA Concussion Protocol during Sunday night’s loss. Game 3 is coming up on Wednesday and the margin for error by the Cavaliers is very thin. We’ll be watching on Wednesday so if you’re a Cavaliers fan, turn your radio to Love And R&B and listen to some smooth R&B sounds while you watch the game to help you keep calm…it’s all #LoveAndRnB!
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