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Stephen Curry demoralizes Cavaliers as Warriors take 2-0 NBA Finals lead

OAKLAND, Calif. - The Cleveland Cavaliers didn't quit, they fought. But it didn't matter because the Golden State Warriors have one of the greatest demoralizers in the game and he crushed them over and over again.

Stephen Curry took 17 three-pointers Sunday, and after a slow start they began to fall, each

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