NBA Finals 2017 Cavs at Warriors Game 2

Warriors' Stephen Curry celebrating after draining a three-point jumper in Golden State's 113-91 win over Cleveland in Game One of the NBA Finals.

Follow live updates of Game Two of the NBA Finals as the Golden State Warriors take on the Cleveland Cavaliers.

BOLD PREDICTION: Kevin Durant scores less than 38 points. Klay Thompson, playing more stellar defense while missing all five of his 3-point tries and scoring just six points, notched his 77th career postseason game to tie Jeff Mullins for most in franchise history.

Coach Steve Kerr has returned to the Warriors' bench Sunday after missing the last 11 games while dealing with complications following back surgeries, and naturally got a huge roar from the Golden State faithful at Oracle Arena when introduced.

Draymond Green is back, after three first-quarter fouls. They managed only 21 points, 16 rebounds and twice as many turnovers (four) as assists.

Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue noted afterward it's been a while since his team had seen the Warriors, and that experience is bound to help. But man, did the Cavs get their butts handed to them in Game 1. James, Irving, and Love have each showcased their ability to get insane hot in these playoffs. Not only do they play up-tempo and fire away with precision from almost every spot on the floor - but their passing, teamwork and aggressive defense are all inspiring to basketball purists like myself.

"So, I'm excited and it's good to be back".

After a disappointing loss in game one, the Cleveland Cavaliers are looking to rebound and even the series before heading home to Cleveland. He also prevented the Cavaliers from making him an easy defensive mark, as they had done a year ago while coming back from a 1-3 series deficit. "And I thought last game we weren't as physical as we needed to be". "And our ability to make sure that when we're mismatched in transition, that the only thing that matters is stopping the basketball and settling down in the half court, then we match up from there".

Cleveland might be thinking the same thing a day after that startling Game 1 defeat that featured 20 turnovers and Durant driving to the basket at will with nobody even close as he dunked again and again - six times in the first half alone. Well the Lakers stormed through the first three rounds of the playoffs like the Warriors did this season, going a flawless 12-0. With the guard fully fit, the Cavs have their work cut out for them in the rest of the series. "I'm just trying to play possession by possession", Thompson said. Golden State equaled its four turnovers from Game 1 in the initial 5:12. "We'll be ready for the challenge".

The Warriors need to be careful to remember that tonight and when they head to Cleveland later in the week for Games 3 and 4. "You can see the difference".

Citing company policy, Bill Sattler, director of specialty games for Caesars Entertainment, which operates the sportsbook at Planet Hollywood, did not confirm that McCoy placed the bet, but did say that $200,000 was the largest bet placed on NBA Finals at his shop.