All year long, the Cavaliers had one message for their fans in Cleveland: don't worry.
When the Cavs went through a series of off-season changes, they all said "don't worry." Every time a key player went down with an injury, they all said "don't worry." Even in the midst of falling to the Eastern Conference's second seed, they said "don't worry."
But now down 2 games (with both being blowouts), it's hard for those fans in Cleveland to do anything else but worry.
LeBron James and Kevin Love both had great games, combining for 56 points. Kyrie Irving had a good game as well, racking up 19 points and 7 assists. They looked okay on offense, but it wasn't enough as the final score totaled 132-113 in favor of Golden State.
They had no way to overcome the Warriors, who evidently overcame the Cavaliers for the second straight time. Kevin Durant lead the way with 33 points, 13 rebounds, and 6 assists. Meanwhile, Steph Curry served up his first career playoff triple-double with 32 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists.
As the series moves to Ohio in three days, can the Cavs find a way to slow down the Warriors, or will the Dubs finally get their revenge?
Who knows, maybe Cleveland isn't dead quite yet. I mean after all, they've been in this predicament before.