Oracle Arena in downtown Oakland was packed once again on Tuesday night when more than 19,000 fans that came to see the Golden State Warriors host the San Antonio Spurs. It was Game 2 of the Western conference finals matchup with Golden State winning Game 1 on Sunday.

The Warriors came into Tuesday's game having won nine straight game this postseason and they are yet to be defeated. Considering the fact that San Antonio was playing without Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker in this one, Golden State was the clear cut favorite to take a commanding 2-0 series lead.

The Warriors were without the services of Andre Iguodala on Tuesday night as he was sidelined due to left knee injury.

Wire to wire victory for Golden State

It was a game that never really came in question as the Warriors dominated from the opening tip. Midway through the first quarter they already had their first double-digit lead at 20-10 and held a 33-16 lead after the first 12 minutes of the game. Stephen Curry had 15 points in the first quarter.

Golden State outscored San Antonio 39-28 in the second period and had a huge 72-44 lead at halftime. Jonathon Simmons scored 17 of his 22 points in the first half as the lone bright spot for the short-handed Spurs.

Heading into the fourth quarter Spurs had a 31-point deficit (106-75).

The biggest lead of the game was 41 points for the Warriors midway through the fourth quarter and the final score was 136-100. The win was Golden State’s fifth wire-to-wire victory this postseason, which equals the combined total of the rest of the NBA. They finished the game with 39 team assists while forcing San Antonio into 18 turnovers.

The Warriors were 18-for-37 from behind the arc and 18-for-19 from the free throw line.

The 36-point Warriors' win is second to a 39-point victory for Philadelphia at St. Louis on April 6, 1948. It was Golden State's second-most lopsided postseason victory ever as they are now 10-0 in this year's playoffs.

Curry leads the way with 29 points

Seven players finished in double-digit scoring for the Warriors in Game 2. Stephen Curry led all scorers with 29 points, seven rebounds and seven assists. Kevin Durant added 16 points while Draymond Green contributed with 13 points, nine rebounds and six assists.

Only two players scored 10-or more points for San Antonio. Jonathon Simmons scored 22 points in 25 minutes of playing time and Davis Bertans added 13 points and four rebounds off the bench.

Golden State now holds a comanding 2-0 series lead with Game 3 scheduled for Saturday night.