In the fourth quarter, Curry erupted for 16 of his game-high 33 points in the frame and was a ideal 5-of-5 from beyond the arc in the eight minutes he played that quarter.
Curry torched the Cavs in Game 2 with his 33 points on the strength of 9-for-17 shooting from behind the arc.
"It says that the voters on the NBA Finals MVP checked their brains at the door before they voted", Kellerman said when asked what it would suggest if Curry was named MVP again. The golf doesn't seem to have affected Curry's performance, as he's averaging 24 points, eight assists and six rebounds and the Warriors have jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the Finals.
Curry told ESPN he wouldn't get into his thoughts on the sideline run-in, but his play might have done the talking. The Warriors are a far better team, and they are almost unbeatable when Curry and Durant play as well off each other as they did in Game 2.
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The Cavs could also stop playing Love, but then they'd be losing their second-best offensive player without a viable alternative to make up his points.
"He went off after that", Green said of Curry. Cleveland would make a push and Curry would answer.
Game 3 between Cavs and Warriors tips off on Thursday morning at 2am United Kingdom time.
The victory was not without incident for Golden State's chosen son, though. The incident occurred when Curry tossed up a wild shot in an attempt to beat the buzzer and his momentum carried him backward. He hasn't probably been as consistent as he was a year ago, but neither have we.
We'll find out which route the Cavs go in Game 3 soon enough, but whether this series goes four games or seven, the Curry conundrum looks like it's going to be these NBA Finals' defining factor.