The Golden State Warriors have a thumping 33-point win in Game 2 of the NBA finals series.
Cleveland took a narrow two point advantage into the quarter time break, but from there was all Golden State, as they won 110-77.
The Warriors outscored the Cavs by 10 points in the second quarter, 12 in the third and 13 points in the last quarter.
Australian centre Andrew Bogut dominated for the hosts in the first quarter, with four blocks, two points and three rebounds. He was given a roaring ovation from the Golden State faithful as he left the court in the first term.
Draymond Green led all comers with 28 points, while Steph Curry finished with 18.
Cleveland star LeBron James was well held, finishing with 19 points, as he went scoreless in the first quarter, his first ever scoreless quarter in NBA playoffs.
The Warriors now have 87 victories this season, combining their 73 regular season wins with their playoff wins, to equal the Chicago Bulls of 1995-96.
Game 3 is Cleveland on Thursday morning AEST.