Warriors Lead Cavs 67-64 At Halftime Of NBA Finals Game 2

The first half of Game 2 of the NBA Finals was nothing if not fast-paced and exciting. In a high-scoring first half, the Golden State Warriors cling to a 67-64 lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers

As a bonus for the Warriors following a Game 1 win, they got head coach Steve Kerr back. He's missed most of the playoffs as he deals with complications from a back injury. 

Kevin Durant once again looked strong. He's racked up 15 points, seven rebounds, four assists, three blocks, three steals and several highlight-reel plays. 

Stephen Curry got to the line an NBA Finals-record 10 times in the first quarter, hitting all 10. He has 15 points at the half with four assists.

Klay Thompson has already surpassed his Game 1 scoring, with 11 points and four rebounds. 

LeBron James has shouldered the load again for the Cavs. He is already approaching a triple-double with 18 points, 10 assists and six boards. He does have three turnovers. 

Kevin Love started the game hot, hitting his first four shots. He has 15 points and three boards in a strong first half. 

Kyrie Irving has been off, with 10 points on 4 of 11 shooting. He has three turnovers against two assists. He did hit a buzzer-beating shot to end the half, however. 

The Cavs' bench has been much better, led by Kyle Korver's and Iman Shumpert's six. The Warriors' 12 turnovers, after only four in Game 1, have helped keep the Cavs in the game. Curry has six of those. 

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