Kevin Durant again impressed as the Golden State Warriors moved 2-0 ahead in the NBA final series against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Durant poured in 33 points in Sunday’s 132-113 victory at Oracle Arena, which represented a 14th successive play-off win for the hosts. Stephen Curry was a point behind and completed a triple-double.
Lebron James topped the scoring for the Cavaliers with 29 and Kevin Love weighed in with 27 for the defending champions.
A rebound late in the third quarter also enabled James to move level with Magic Johnson for the most triple-doubles in finals history (eight).
As last year, the Cavaliers trail 2-0 heading into two games at the Quicken Loans Arena. Wednesday sees the next action in the best-of-seven contest.