OAKLAND — Somehow, the Cleveland Cavaliers are in worse shape than a year ago. Much worse.
LeBron James is healthy and Kyrie Irving too, but the Cavaliers got swamped again by the Golden State Warriors, 110-77, Sunday in Game 2 of the NBA Finals.
Draymond Green scored 28 points on a night where Golden State led by 20 after three quarters despite limited input at the time from Stephen Curry, who battled foul trouble.
This would be considered a bad development for Cleveland, one of many.
Kevin Love left the game in the third quarter after getting accidentally elbowed in the head in the second quarter by Warriors forward Harrison Barnes. Love complained of...