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One of the biggest revelations of the 2018 NBA playoffs has been that the Warriors aren’t necessarily unstoppable. The Rockets darn near stopped them cold in the West finals, and the Cavaliers almost peeled off Game 1 of the NBA Finals in Oakland.

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Steph Curry and Kevin Durant were brilliant, and the Warriors now control the series.

When the Golden State Warriors play well, they are virtually unbeatable. That was on full display during Sunday’s Game 2 of the NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Golden State made their first seven shots of the game, by getting to the rim at will.

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The Warriors didn’t need more points. Livingston didn’t want a turnover. What to do, what to do?

In the final seconds of Game 1 of the NBA Finals, there was a kerfuffle that almost escalated into a rhubarb. Tristan Thompson was ejected, but before he left the court, he lived the dream of millions of people, pushing a basketball into Draymond Green’s face. It was the only possible ending to a game that was so exhausting and bizarre, and it’s at least going to cost Thompson some money.

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