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Like a year ago, the Golden State Warriors defended Oracle arena in emphatic fashion, trouncing the Cleveland Cavaliers 113-91 in a blowout meant to set the tone for the rest of the series.
If only it were so simple.
Where this series is dramatically different isn’t hard to figure out (hint: it starts at Kevin and ends at Durant) by any means, but whether the difference creates a Warriors revenge tale is much harder to discern.
No matter how it pans out, this has the feel of a seven-game series, so here’s a look at the schedule:
Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry combined for 66 points and 18 assists and the Golden State Warriors rolled to a 113-91 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday.
Now the question is: How do the Cavaliers respond?
Cleveland was outscored 56-30 in the paint, 27-9 in fast break points and 53-39 in the second half of Thursday’s Game 1 loss.
LeBron James finished with 28 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists, but contributed eight of the Cavaliers’ 20 turnovers.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Kevin Durant drove through the lane untouched for dazzling dunks time and again, finishing with 38 points, eight rebounds and eight assists in his first NBA Finals for Golden State and leading the Warriors past LeBron James and the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers, 113-91 on Thursday night in Game 1.
Stephen Curry scored 28 points with six 3-pointers and 10 assists as this sure-to-be thrilling trilogy began at last, a long-expected, spectacular grand finale envisioned ever since that July day Durant left Oklahoma City to join the loaded Warriors.
James wound up with 28 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists a day after dealing with bigotry far away from basketball. Someone painted a racial slur — the N-word — on the gate of his Los Angeles home, leaving James to address racism rather than his seventh straight Finals appearance or stopping KD. James said he would do his best to be ready for the series opener when his mind was elsewhere, concerned for his wife and children back in Ohio.