For the second straight year, the Cleveland Cavaliers are down 2-0 in the NBA Finals.
The Golden State Warriors prevailed on Sunday night, 132-113, behind the offensive prowess of Kevin Durant and Steph Curry.
At halftime, it looked like we were in for a competitive game, as the Cavs were only down by three.
Ultimately, however, the Warriors found a way to manufacture runs throughout the second half, and the Cavs soon found themselves simply trading baskets.
Here are three takeaways from the loss, for LeBron James’ eighth Finals triple-double.
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