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Draymond Green scored 28 points as Golden State beat Cleveland 110-77 to take a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals.

Stephen Curry added 18 points and nine rebounds but played just 25 minutes as the defending champions took control of the best-of-seven series.

Cleveland's cause was not helped when Kevin Love was forced to leave the game feeling dizzy after taking a blow to the head in the second quarter.

"They beat us pretty good tonight," said Cavaliers talisman LeBron James.

He finished with 19 points, nine assists and eight rebounds but did not play in the fourth quarter once the Warriors had opened up a big lead.

Golden State beat Cleveland in last year's Finals and have now beaten the Cavs seven straight times.

They won game one 104-89.

The series now switches to Cleveland after the first two games took place in Oakland, the home of the Warriors.

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Curry celebrates a three-pointer during Golden State's win

Steph Curry scored 36 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 96-88 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder and into the NBA Finals.

The Warriors were down by 13 points during the first half but fought back in the third quarter.

The 4-3 win meant Golden State became only the 10th team to rally from a 3-1 deficit to win a play-off series.

The defending champions will now face a title rematch with the Cleveland Cavaliers and star player LeBron James.

"We survived by the skin of our teeth," said Golden State coach Steve Kerr. "We were able to pull it out, and we're moving on."

Warriors host the Cavaliers in the first game of the best-of-seven finals on Thursday, hoping to repeat their 4-2 success in the 2015 finals.

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