Warriors' Klay Thompson Questionable For Game Two, Iguodala Remains Doubtful

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LeBron James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers attempts a shot over Draymond Green #23 and Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors during the fourth quarter.

The Golden State Warriors were back to their usual selves in Game 2 of the National Basketball Association finals, dominating the Cleveland Cavaliers on both sides of the court to win 122-103 and take a 2-0 series lead.

At that time in my career, I didn't know how other people felt about my game. Much of this comes in the way of him being able to get to the basket either in transition or off the dribble.

LeBron James kept Cleveland close despite Golden State's torrid shooting with 10 points, five assists and four rebounds. It's also one of those records that only strengthens his legacy. Obviously, that decision didn't work out, so the Cavaliers once again went back to a different, albeit a known strategy ahead of Game 2, as the players showed up wearing matching suits once again.

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Of course, as good as the Warriors looked in Game 2, it doesn't necessarily mean the team will keep it up in Game 3.

Smith didn't seem to let the mistake affect his confidence heading into Game 2.

They had trailed after the first quarter of three straight games, starting with Game 6 of the Western Conference finals, and fell behind by double digits in the first half of all three of them. Durant said his first step to consistency has to be better shot selection. The ensemble from Game 1 reportedly cost over $46,000.

Warriors: Thompson played in his franchise-record 100th postseason game.

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He initially said after the game that he knew what the score, but now, it appears he has gone back on this and has now openly admitted what many believed when watching the final seconds of Game 1's regulation time unfold. The Warriors PR account on Twitter also confirmed that Andre Iguodala will not play, due to a "left lateral leg contusion/bone bruise". The Warriors were 13 of 15 from inside the arc in the opening quarter.

"I can't meet him outside of (the arena), because I'll still get fined", he said according to USA Today's Sam Amick.

Kerr remains optimistic the 2015 NBA Finals MVP will play at some point in the series. They're good. They're great, actually.

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