And that's not the only record the Warriors have set in their historic postseason.
The Warriors established a 2-0 lead in the series with a 132-113 win in Game 2 on Sunday night. No team has blown a 3-0 lead in the National Basketball Association.
LeBron James was a monster in the first half, scoring 27 points to lead all scorers after the second period.
Trailing by six (113-107) after JR Smith drained a 3-pointer with 3:09 remaining, the Warriors finished the game on an 11-0 run, with Durant accounting for 7 points and Curry the other 4.
Still, Durant isn't looking too far ahead. To see that go in, that was liberating, man. "We've got one more to go".
After the Warriors went up, Irving missed a 3 from his favorite spot on the right side and the Warriors closed it out with four free throws in the final 12.9 seconds before celebrating briefly on the floor and then charging down the hallway to their locker room.
Irving bounced back from a rough Game 2 with 38 points, including a couple of dazzling layups where he juked around multiple Warriors.
Durant, though, was not going to be denied.
Like last season, the Warriors have won the first two games.
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After dominating the first half of Game 2, James did not attempt any drives and only ran with the ball in transition three times during the second half of Game 2 - a suggestion that he may in fact have been exhausted.
Cleveland had collapsed in the third quarter of the first two games, letting the Warriors run away and hide.
But the GSW got a bit of a scare in Game 3. Kevin Durant had another big game, putting up 33 points with 13 rebounds, 6 assists, 5 blocks and 3 steals.
James was knocked flat in the first quarter, when he accidentally got blasted in the chin by teammate Tristan Thompson's shoulder. He knew LeBron James was approaching as Durant neared the arc and sniped for and connected the trey. James shook it off, got up and slowly walked to the bench, and moments later drove for a layup.
As the ball hung in the air, his plan to win a championship, Golden State's grip on the series, Cleveland's last-gasp attempt to defend its title, all of it was on the line.
"I thought for the most part, with the game plan that we had, we tried to execute it as close as possible", James said. "I've played against some great teams, but I don't think no team has had this type of firepower". "But now that we're in this situation, why not take care of business and finish the job?" Curry and Kerr walked through security and were immediately greeted by retired pro wrestler Ric Flair, best known as "The Nature Boy.".
The Cavaliers high scorer was James with 39 points. Michael Jordan (1,176) is next.
According to research from ESPN, the first two games of this series were played at a faster pace than any game previously in James' playoff career.