It's only fitting that the Golden State Warriors continue to set NBA records now that it's the NBA Finals.
After shattering NBA records for wins in a season and consecutive home victories, the Warriors have now established a new record in the NBA Finals. According to ESPN, Golden State's plus 48-point differential through the first two games of the series is the largest in NBA Finals history.
Warriors: won 1st 2 games by combined 48 points, largest point-differential through first 2 games in NBA Finals history
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 6, 2016
After defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-89 in Game 1, the Warriors looked even better in Game 2 as they defeated Cleveland 110-77 on Sunday night.
Despite entering the NBA Finals with just two losses in the playoffs, the Cavaliers have looked outmatched early on in this series. The game was such a blowout that Cleveland trailed by 20 points entering the final quarter.
The Cavaliers will look to regroup as the series heads to Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday night.
[button width=”full” button size=”bigger” color=”custom” align=”center” textcolor=”#ffffff” texthcolor=”#ffffff” bgcolor=”#8b0000″ link=”https://clutchpoints.com/photo-drake-hangs-stephen-curry-opening-wifes-restaurant/”]NEXT: Photo: Drake hangs out with Stephen Curry at opening of wife's restaurant[/button]