A statistical look at Golden State’s 118-112 victory over visiting Portland on Sunday:
0: Lead changes. Golden State never trailed.
2: Career triple doubles in the postseason for Warriors forward Draymond Green.
2: Trail Blazers guards to play least 40 minutes. Damian Lillard played 41 and C.J. McCollum logged 40.
3: Missed free throws for both teams. Golden State hit 21 of 24; Portland made 18 of 21.
3: Warriors with at least 12 rebounds. Draymond Green had 13; Harrison Barnes and Andrew Bogut each finished with 12.
6: Game 1 victories in six tries for Warriors coach Steve Kerr.
7: Three-pointers made by Warriors guard Klay Thompson.
7: Players who were perfect from the free-throw line in the game. Blazers guard Damian Lillard was 10 for 10 to lead the way.
11: Players in the game to score 10 or more points.
17: Points scored by the Portland Trail Blazers in the first quarter.
18: Points scored by Warriors guard Klay Thompson in the first quarter.
20: Points the Warriors led by after the first quarter.
26: Largest lead by the Warriors.
37: Points scored by Warriors guard Klay Thompson, a game high.