Weird Noises Cut Short Kevin Durant's NBA Finals Media Session

The Warriors are a flawless 14-0 so far in the postseason, and they seem intent on revenge after giving up a 3-1 lead to the Cavs in last year's Finals. The Warriors are two wins from a title going into Game 3 at Cleveland on Wednesday night.

That's been quite evident through two games.

James, Kyrie Irving Kevin Love are going to play an important role for Cavs while Curry and Durant will be eager to continue their form in Game 3 as well. A win here and Warriors can smell the title.

"Defensively, now he has to do a lot more", Cavs coach Tyronn Lue explained when asked to assess Irving so far. That average has fallen down by almost 25 points against this stingy Warriors defense in the first two games.

"We're not going to change our game because of who we're playing", said Lue.

"We played against good teams, and we came to the Finals undefeated, and here we are up 2-0, so we're playing incredible basketball right now".

Below you can see the breakdown of shooting percentage and how many points James scored during the second half in his previous NBA Finals appearances.

"Teams have great nights in this league, and it's the National Basketball Association, so that can happen a lot", Durant said. "There is a lot of work for us left to do". If you don't win, and someone says he is the best player in the world, what do you get from that? Though while he's impressed, it's clear that the style he has played has taken a toll on his game. He hit Cleveland's first shot of these Finals - a corner three to open Game 1 - and hasn't hit a shot since.

"That was a decision that we had talked about and we had discussed as a group", Curry said. They no doubt are drawing from all the emotion and making sure they don't go through the experience twice over.

The key run came late in the third quarter after Cleveland cut its deficit to four points.

That bucket would help James get to 16 first-quarter points, briefly tying the game up at 27 points apiece.

Both Durant and Thompson said they noticed the mental effect their lightning-quick scoring bursts have on opponents.

"Physically, Golden State has a specimen - an NBA-type body that they didn't have a year ago", he says. I think if you can keep that mindset you'll eventually reach the goal.

"The game is completely different than it was back then", Green told reporters on Tuesday. Irving finished that game with 25 points, 10 assists, seven steals and six rebounds - a sign of how productive he will need to be for the Cavs to have any success going forward.

Aside from Durant, Pluto is impressed with Golden State's lineup, which includes Clay Thompson, Draymon Green and star player Stephen Curry. The same Barnes who had 60 points in the entire seven-game series past year.

"Especially with Draymond out", coach Steve Kerr said. "No, it's not over".

JR Smith, a hero in last year's playoffs, has just three points in two games.

"Tomorrow is another step in that direction that we need to be ready for".

Despite great numbers from LeBron James, the Cavaliers find themselves down 0-2 to the Golden State Warriors for the second straight year in the NBA Finals.