It looked like game two of the 2017 NBA Finals had the potential to be a close game, as the Golden State Warriors had 11 turnovers at halftime, after having only 4 in game one. The Cleveland Cavaliers made the opening shot of the third quarter to make it one point 67-66 game. After this Steph Curry, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson all pitched in as the Warriors outscored the Cavaliers 65-47 in route to quickly taking the game 132-113. Now, a critical game three is set to be held in Cleveland on Wednesday night.

Durant, Curry, and Thompson lead the way

Despite his sloppy ball handling Steph Curry finished the game with 32 points, ten rebounds, 11 assists and a steal. It marked his first ever playoff triple double. He was also a perfect 14-14 from the free throw line.

Kevin Durant was once again an efficient beast shooting, 13-22 (59%) with 33 points, six assists, three steals and five blocks. Lastly, Klay Thompson finally found his rhythm to round out the deadly trio. He shot 8-12 (66%) and had 22 points, seven rebounds and added an assist.

Playoff records fall

LeBron James had a masterful performance in the loss. He was 12-18 (66%) from the field with 29 points, 11 rebounds, 14 assists, three steals and a block.

This was his eighth triple-double in the NBA Finals, which tied Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic Johnson for the most all-time. With Curry's triple-double, this was also only the second time in NBA history that opposing players had a triple-double in a playoff game.

The only other time this happened was game two of the 1970 Eastern Conference Finals.

That game saw Walt Frazier of the New York Knicks and Lew Alcindor of the Milwaukee Bucks record triple-doubles. With this victory the Golden State Warriors have now won 14 playoff games in a row, which breaks the record that was held by the 1988-89 Lakers and this Cleveland Cavaliers team.

The series is far from over

It may feel like the series is over since the Golden State Warriors are up 2-0 and have the mighty Kevin Durant instead of Harrison Barnes.

However, they are dominating the Cleveland Cavaliers less than they did in last years NBA Finals.

In the first two games of 2016, they beat the Cavaliers by a combined 48 points. This year it is only 41 points. Granted game three will now be a must-win for the Cavaliers, as they can't afford to go down 3-0. However, you can't yet count out a team that came back from down 3-1 in last year's series to win the championship.