The Cleveland Cavaliers attempted to even the 2017 NBA Finals at 1-1 on Sunday night when they visited Oracle Arena for Game 2. Unfortunately, the Golden State Warriors were unstoppable once again. Despite a close game through the first half, the Warriors were able to pull away towards the end of the third quarter into the fourth. The end result was another dominant double-digit win 132-113. Here's a look at how Kevin Durant and the Warriors captured another win to take the 2-0 series lead.

Game 2 recap

Kevin Durant finished with 33 points, six assists, and 13 rebounds to help his team get the latest victory at Oracle.

Durant shot 13-for-22 from the floor in the game including 4-for-8 from three-point range. If that wasn't enough, Durant added five blocks and three steals to fill his stat line up.

Pitching in again was Stephen Curry with 32 points on 7-for-17 shooting. Curry also hit four three-point shots, was 14-for-14 from the free throw line and dished out 11 assists. Klay Thompson, who was virtually invisible in Game 1, stepped up to add 22 points tonight on 8-for-12 shooting. Thompson hit four three-point shots and pulled down seven rebounds as well.

For the losing side, it was the "Big Three" trying their best, but it wasn't enough to get a "W" on the road. LeBron James was once again his team's top star.

In this second game of the series, the "King" finished with a triple-double of 29 points, 14 assists, and 11 rebounds. Kevin Love had 27 points and seven rebounds while Kyrie Irving scored 19 points and had seven assists.

For the game, Golden State shot 51.7 percent from the floor and 41.9 percent from downtown. The Cavs shot 45 percent overall.

In this game, they cut down on their turnovers in a major way, having just nine all game, and the Warriors had 20. However, Golden State's shooting stars were just too much to handle on the road.

When do they play again?

The NBA Finals will now shift to Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena where the Cavaliers host the next two games.

Game 3 of the series will be on Wednesday, June 7th, beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern Time. The game will be televised on ABC for live TV viewing. Live streaming is available through the WatchESPN website or mobile apps, where available.

Game 4 will also be held in Cleveland. It's scheduled for Friday, June 9th, with a 9 p.m. Eastern Time start. This game will also be on ABC with live streaming through the WatchESPN platform for cable and satellite subscribers with access.