The Golden State Warriors made 18 consecutive 3-point shoots like a firework and played 10 straight games in the NBA playoffs.
Golden State scored a career-high 136-100 over the San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of the NBA Play-off Western Conference finals (7-4 overall) at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on Thursday.
Golden State, who swept all of the first and second legs in the room, will be able to prepare for the third leg on the 21st with a more relaxed mind.
Golden State, who has lost three wins and four losses to the Cleveland Cavaliers in last season's championship game, has won 10 play-offs this season.
Golden State finished the Portland Trail Blazers with one round, followed by Utah Jazz and two consecutive rounds to finish 4-0.
San Antonio, who was in second place at the Western Conference in the regular season, had a three-point shot at Golden State.
Steven Curry, a major player, scored 29 points, including six 3-pointers, Patrick McCarrick had three 3-pointers, and Kevin Durent and De Raymond Green, Clay Thompson and Ian Clark had two 3-pointers.
The Golden State scored in the first half of the second quarter with a score of 33-64.
Guard Antonio Tony Parker could not play for the rest of the playoffs with Houston Rockets in the second round of the playoffs, and San Antonio had a big gap in Golden State and Kawaii Leonard who injured his ankle during the first leg.
San Antonio had 23 points in the first game, 78-55, 7 minutes and 50 seconds before the end of the third quarter with an ankle injury and then fell sharply.
In the second game, which Leonard missed, he did not try his hand, but he lost 36 points.
"I do not know if Leonard will be able to play in the third game or not," Gregg Popovic coach San Antonio said.
Most of the betting sites predict that Golden States will take the series.