For the third consecutive year, the Cleveland Cavaliers will return to Quicken Loans Arena at an 0-2 deficit against the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals.
Despite double-digit scoring performances from four of their five starters, including 29 from small forward LeBron James and 22 from power forward Kevin Love, the Cavaliers were overmatched in the second half and suffered a 122-103 loss to Golden State at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, Sunday night.
Including Sunday’s defeat, the Cavaliers have lost five straight games at Oracle Arena in the NBA Finals, dating back to Games 1 and 2 of the 2017 NBA Finals.
The Cavaliers will look to get their first win in the 2018 NBA Finals with Game 3 in Cleveland Wednesday night.
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