A statistical look at the Golden State Warriors’ 110-77 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday:
0: Points for Cavaliers forward LeBron James in the first quarter. He finished with a team-high 19.
2: Consecutive losses for the Cavaliers, their second two-game skid this postseason.
4: Three-pointers made by Warriors guards Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. They were both 4 for 8.
4: Victories for the Warriors in four games against the Cavaliers this season.
5: Blocked shots for Warriors center Andrew Bogut, who had two more than the Cavaliers as a team.
5: Three-pointers made by Warriors forward Draymond Green in eight attempts. The Cavaliers made five three-pointers in 23 tries.
7: Consecutive losses for James’ Cavaliers against the Warriors.
10: Free-throw attempts for the Warriors. They made seven.
28: Points scored by Green, a game high.
30: Playoff victories for Warriors coach Steve Kerr. His 30-10 mark ties Phil Jackson for the best record in their first 40 games.
32: Teams to take a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals. Only three have lost: 1969 Lakers, 1977 76ers and 2006 Mavericks.
34: Largest lead for the Warriors.
48: Combined point differential in the Warriors’ victories in the first two games of the series.
54.3: Shooting percentage for the Warriors.
87: Victories this season for the Warriors, including playoffs, which ties the 1995-96 Bulls for most in a season.
Compiled by Noel Harris