By Brent Katlan
Game 2 was very much one of the basketball games in which the final score does not necessarily reveal how competitive the game was for nearly three quarters. Despite losing by 19 points, the Cavs trailed by just three at halftime and were able to keep pace with the Warriors high scoring offense for much longer than they were in Game 1. While there are obvious flaws with the commonly used plus minus statistic, it is telling that not a single member of the Cavs had a positive plus minus, which makes one wonder if there are any changes Cavs coach Tryonn Lue can make other than hoping his team can put together a complete performance on both ends of the court and catch a few lucky breaks. If Cleveland is to turn the series they must do it quickly, as a loss in Game 3 will result in a 3-0 series deficit that no team has ever come back from in NBA playoff history.