The absence of Kevin Durant has surprisingly propelled the Golden State Warriors to a 1-0 Western Conference Finals lead against the Portland Trailblazers. Durant will be out again for Game 2 tonight on ESPN so Stephen Curry will once again be the offensive focus for GSW.
Game 2 tonight between the Blazers and Warriors will tip-off at 9 pm EST. The game will be televised nationally on the ESPN cable TV channel.
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Blazers and Warriors Game 2 Preview
Every red flag that went up when Kevin Durant went down in Game 5 of the previous series has long since been burned. The Warriors are a prefect 2-0 without Durant and have looked unstoppable in both victories.
Stephen Curry made nine threes in the series opener against Portland, but it has been the Warriors bench that has made the difference.
In Game 1, the Warriors bench outscored Portland’s 36-28 with all eight bench players that took the court ending the game with a positive +/- rating.
Also plaguing the Blazers in the 116-94 Game 1 loss were an uncharacteristic 21 turnovers. Seven of them came from Damian Lillard who you can bet will be more cautious with the rock in Game 2.
Kevin Durant’s return remains unknown and he could easily be out the remainder of this series.