The first half of Game 2 is over. The Warriors have been in control for the first 24 minutes.
Led by Stephen Curry's 16 points and a 13 from Kevin Durant, Golden State leads 59-46 at intermission. They look like they are headed to a 2-0 series lead.
How good are Golden State's chances of winning?
Well, ESPN gives them almost no shot at blowing this lead.
According to the latest ESPN in-game probability stat, Golden State has nearly a 94 percent chance of winning.
The Cavs have gotten 15 points from LeBron James and 12 from George Hill. The rest of the team has scored 19 points on 7-for-27 shooting.
That's not going to cut it against Golden State.
The second half of Game 2 should be starting shortly. You can tune into the action on ABC.