Golden State Warriors star Andre Iguodala threw down a monster dunk in the first half of Game 2 of the NBA Finals 2015, but his team trail the Cleveland Cavaliers at the interval.
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The Cavs lead their rivals 47-45 at half-time with LeBron James unsurprisingly leading the charge for the visitors with 20 points, six rebounds and six assists as he looks to produce another monster performance at the Oracle Arena after putting 44 points last time out.
James Jones has also been key off the bench with eight points, and the Cavs will certainly need more contributions from across the roster in order to support their two-time NBA champion and help steal a game on the road.
However, he has been outshone by Klay Thompson who has 20 points of his own on 9-of-13 shooting while Stephen Curry has endured a slow start as he has just eight points after the first half.
Nevertheless, arguably the moment of the game so far was Thompson’s pin-point perfect delivery of the alley-oop pass to Iguodala with the Warriors reserve soaring to throw down the huge dunk.
Golden State have yet to get into their rhythm fully in Game 2 of the NBA Finals 2015, but the banged up Cavaliers are certainly making it difficult for them across the floor with their intense defense.