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 were 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 Golden State led by 20 after three quarters despite limited input from NBA most valuable player Stephen Curry, who battled foul trouble.
This would be considered a bad development for Cleveland, one of many.
James had seven turnovers and airballed a three-point shot in the third quarter that delighted the Oracle Arena crowd. He finished with 19 points and...