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A Review of the NBA Finals Game 2: Cleveland Cavalier vs. the Golden State Warriors

Jun 11, 2015 - by Frederick H.
NBA Playoff Finals

NBA Playoff Finals

Cleveland takes one from the Warriors at home.

In the last match up, both teams were a bit nervous. Finally Cleveland put their experience to work and they got a substantial lead. Golden State didn’t dent the lead until the 2nd quarter, but Cleveland was still able to beat the Warriors at the half. The Warriors would have to work in the next half. Cleveland’s defense forced the Warriors to perform individual by splitting them up. Luckily, the Warriors are a skillful team. The lead switched several times as the game ended up going into overtime. No Cavalier was able to score in overtime as Golden State went on to dominate the rest of the game making gambling news. Lebron James’ triple-double enables Cavs to tie Finals in ugly OT win.


Both teams tried to get something in and Clay Thompson was able to put one in. James shot an airball as Warriors drove back up and Andrew Bogut tried to deliver and failed. Finally after two more transitions, Cleveland got it in. James finally got one in at 8.26 in the quarter. Klay drilled in a three pointer as he started to get hot. After a second a foul, Thompson was now getting cold and had to sit down.


Lebron James (Source: National Post)

Lebron James (Source: National Post)

The Warriors were building a bit of a league on the Cavaliers as they tied to isolate on offense. After a few transitions a behind-the-back pass by the Curry to Barbosa in the corner is wide open as he drained a three-pointer giving the Golden State an eight-point lead. Timothy Mozgov tried to close the lead and ended up on the line as he tied the game. An 8-0 run by Cleveland put them in the lead.

The 2nd quarter is on the way as both sides were making mistakes. James committed the 4th team turnover as Thompson did more damage. Lebron finally put up a rare three-pointer and it goes in. At 6.02 Thompson was still putting it in the hoop as a quick one by bench player James Jones brought it to within one. Anybody watching live sports news would be “on edge” with the tightness of the spread. Cleveland Cavaliers’ new identitiy stifles Golden State and bench step up: Fedor’s five observations


Jones continued on the next transition scoring eight points in 10 minutes and putting Cleveland ahead. A Warrior Alley Oop pass to Andre Igadowa as he put it in end Cleveland’s 13-2 run. With 2.15 minutes left, Curry got in his first three-pointer. Cleveland still held on to a three-point lead. The action picked up towards the end as shots were being made back and forth. Cleveland ended the half with a two-point lead.

Cleveland continued to press on Golden State and applied pressure as the Warriors tried to break into the two point lead but with no avail. After three failed three-point attempts. Curry was able to get the rebound and went up the paint and did his thing to make two more from in the paint. This wasn’t the kind of game you’d want to wager on individual performance within gambling laws or otherwise.

Cleveland, who missed their last 10 shots from the field, finally got one in from Mozgov. Regardless of Warriors moments, Cleveland and company were still up by two. A double-team on Curry caused a rare turnover it making it 10 for the team. Lebron brought the ball down the court and drew the a third Thompson foul in the paint. Thompson soon redeemed himself with another three-pointer making it 20 for him. Stephen Curry writes Game 2 off as a fluke, expects to return to MVP form


Thompson started the 4th quarter with a three-point in the first minute to tie the game up at 62-62. Matthew Dellavedova made two strong. Clay Thompson sunk another crazy shot and then drew his fourth foul. Lebron sinks his second three-pointer of the game. Tristan Thompson and J.R Smith are crucial in defense. Lebron received a hard foul and as a result the Cavaliers got to rest for couple a minutes and put in a two free throws.


Stephen Curry (Source: Forsyth Speare)

At 14 team fouls, any mistake Golden State makes puts Cleveland on the line. J.R Smith shot a three-pointer making their largest lead at 10 points. Lebron put in his third three-pointer of the game. The Cavaliers defensive adjustment worked brilliantly. Although Curry suffered the worst performance of the playoffs, the Warriors still managed to get into overtime where they lost by Dellavedova and his free throws 95-93.

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