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NBA Finals: Cavaliers vs. Warriors Game 2 time, TV info, radio and mini preview

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Everything you need to know to watch Game 2.

Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

At the very least, Game 2 should be a bit more fun. At least that's the hope.

Game 1, in a lot ways, didn't really play out as hoped for the Cleveland CavaliersIn their 104-89 loss, there were times where the Cavs found success and kept it close. Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love - the two players most expected to really struggle in this series - both had their moments on both ends. But in the end, Golden State was too much. Their bench thoroughly outplayed Cleveland. Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, after all, combined for just 20 points.

Perhaps the most intriguing part of this game is what adjustments the Cavs make. Will we see more of Channing Frye? With LeBron James take on a larger defense roll? Will the Cavs continue to pay a ton of attention to Curry and Thompson? These are all questions the Cavs might have to answer and they are worth exploring on some level.

Tune in on ABC at 8 p.m and make sure to TiVo Game of Thrones or least remember to watch it later. Listen in on ESPN radio. Come chat in our thread.