In a blowout of a game featuring the Golden State Warriors over the Cleveland Cavaliers, Stephen Curry got the better of LeBron James on this play.

It’s a bloody massacre in tonight’s rematch of the 2015 NBA Finals.

The Golden State Warriors currently lead the Cleveland Cavaliers by over 30 points midway through the fourth quarter. Not even LeBron James can perform his magic tonight in Cleveland.

Not even this power move against the reigning MVP did any help:

Curry currently has 35 points on a ridiculous 12-of-18 shooting from the floor including seven three point field goals. James, on the other hand, has only collected 16 points on a very paltry 7-of-16 from the floor.

It’s gotten so bad for The King that Curry abused the much bigger James on this play resulting in a wing three (video above).

The other newsworthy note to come out of this contest came in the form of J.R. Smith, as he was ejected for plowing through Harrison Barnes:

The only thing the Cavs can do is make sure they get out of the arena alive.

H/T Vine

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