Curry coolly buried a 30-footer just before the halftime buzzer. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
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It had a little of everything: A player stumbled and buckled Klay Thompson's knee to send the Warriors' sharpshooter limping to the locker room in the opening minutes; let Stephen Curry get loose for a 30-footer at the halftime buzzer; grabbed a rebound in the final seconds of regulation with the score tied and inexplicably ran toward midcourt as if he thought the game was over.The opener of this Cleveland-Golden State series should have been memorable for other reasons – LeBron James scoring a playoff career-high 51 points, the Warriors having three players score at least 24 and Draymond Green nearly getting a triple-double.James wants the Cavs to put it behind them.They have two NBA MVPs.But they got every break in Game 1 . Smith would have been best served hugging Curry to make sure no shot got off.Smith got the rebound, and ran away from the basket.If the Warriors keep getting every break, they'll certainly be right.
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