Golden State’s high-powered offense was too much for the Cleveland Cavaliers as the Warriors claimed a 122-103 victory in Game Two of the NBA Finals on Sunday to take a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series.

Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant combined for 59 points in a wire-to-wire victory that puts the defending champions just two wins away from their third championship in four years.

Two-time league MVP Curry ended with nine three-pointers, an NBA Finals record.

The Warriors started fast and surprise starter JaVale McGee ignited the home crowd by hammering down some alley-oops.

Coming off a tough overtime loss in Game One, the Cavs stayed within striking distance for most of the contest until a flurry of second-half three pointers by Curry sealed the win.

Game Three is scheduled for Wednesday in Cleveland.

Reuters

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