Published: Thu, June 07, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

New Photo Of This Golden State Warriors Cheerleader Is Going Viral

New Photo Of This Golden State Warriors Cheerleader Is Going Viral

They can hope the rims at The Q are kinder and that a team filled with role players will get the "role players are better at home" boost. But that shouldn't give us any comfort.

Curry drained nine of his 17 shots from beyond the arc, setting an NBA Finals single-game record.

"It looks like he's lining himself up for something great if we continue to win", Draymond Green told ESPN's Ramona Shelburne. "Just because we're going home doesn't mean we can relax". "This is a team you don't want to be down 0-3 against". The Raptors, too, had proven that they belonged on the same floor as LeBron, but they never recovered from that early loss. They won Game 2 in blowout fashion. The Warriors are having all the fun so far after they spanked the Cleveland Cavaliers 122-103 in Game 2 of the 2018 NBA Finals on Sunday.

The Cavaliers' LeBron James, who scored 51 points in their overtime defeat in game one, was restricted to 29 points on Sunday night.

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The Golden State Warriors are in a happy place right now and coach Steve Kerr was feeling it in his postgame press conference. "I want to be a part of leading that charge and playing an fantastic game tomorrow and really taking control of the series". Pretty much in the post-season since I returned a few years ago'.

Coming into Game 2 of the NBA Finals, it felt like the Cavaliers should have been demoralized. After Game 2, that chatter ceased.

"I don't care at all", he said. "But you've got to make things as tough as you can on him. At the end of the day, you can control what you can control". Teammates Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson have been playing well, too, and are in striking distance.

The Cavaliers at least have the benefit now of two games at home, in which they can be sure the crowd will do no such thing. "I guess ya'll probably seen the reaction from that point on". But there ain't a lot of room between the sideline and the court. You know, instead of acknowledging that the kneeling national anthem protests are a political statement against police brutality targeted towards young people of color.

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The Finals will be effectively over if the Cavs don't find a way to win Wednesday (9 p.m. ET, ABC). When they are clicking they score in overwhelming bursts, a bunch of transition dunks and layups and then when you finally slow them down for a moment someone nails a three-pointer from 26 feet.

Then again, they all have been easy.

Curry went on to produce a game high 33 points and near double figure assists and rebounds and emerged the top candidate for what could be his first Finals MVP award.

"I tried to just stay in the zone", Durant said, acknowledging he was nervous the Cavs could still come back. "Anything we run for him, they switch out, deny and take it away". The love of the competition is something I live for and something I wake up every day and train my body for and train my mind for.

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