The Golden State Warriors destroyed the San Antonio Spurs 136-100, as they now have a 2-0 lead in the series. The Spurs didn't have a chance without their biggest star Kawhi Leonard, who missed the game due to an ankle injury.

An amazing shooting night for the Warriors

The home team had no mercy for the visitors, as they hit 50 of their 89 field goal attempts while shooting an amazing 56 percent from the field. Also, they hit 18 three pointers in 37 shots from the outside. Everything was pretty clear after the first quarter when the Warriors had a 33-16 lead.

They didn't slow down the entire game and they scored at least 30 points in each quarter! That is impressive!

Stephen Curry was unstoppable in this game as he scored 29 points in 30 minutes of play. Curry shot eight of 13 from the field, six of nine from the outside and perfectly seven of seven from the free throw line. He also filled his stat sheet with seven rebounds, seven as, assists, and three steals. Kevin Durant added 16 points, as he took only ten shots in 27 minutes on the floor. As usual, Draymond Green had a solid all-around game with 13 points, nine rebounds, six assists, two steals and two blocks, while shooting four of 10 from the field and two of six from the three-point line.

Klay Thompson finished the game with 11 points, six rebounds, and four assists.

The Warriors bench was very active offensively, as they combined for 63 points. As a matter of fact, they outscored the entire San Antonio starting lineup by 16 points! Patrick McCaw led the Warriors bench with 18 points, three rebounds, five assists and three steals while shooting six of eight from the field and three of four from the outside.

Ian Clark and Shaun Livingston added ten points each.

Jonathon Simmons was the only bright spot for the Spurs

There is nothing good about a blowout loss in the NBA Conference finals, but Jonathon Simmons is currently playing a really impressive basketball game. With Kawhi Leonard out, he stepped up as a team leader and showed great potential on both ends of the floor.

Simmons finished the game with 22 points in 25 minutes of play, as he shot eight of 17 from the field and two of three from the three point line. He was the only player in the Spurs starting lineup that scored in double digits. The rest of the starters combined for just 25 points while shooting 10 of 29 from the field. The only other player that scored in double digits for the visitors was Davis Bertans, as he had 13 points in 16 minutes while shooting perfectly four of four from the field and three of three from downtown.

The next game is on the schedule for Saturday, at 9:00 p.m., as the series moves to San Antonio.