This time, the Golden State Warriors stayed in the fourth quarter and ended the game.

The Warriors defeated the Boston Celtics 107-88 in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday at Chase Center, with Stephen Curry going supernova and Jordan Poole finding his stride.

Poole's buzzer-beating shot near midcourt concluded a 19-2 run in the final 4:32 of the third quarter, giving the Warriors a 23-point advantage heading into the fourth.

Poole was 1-of-5 from beyond the arc at halftime, with the Warriors leading by just two points. He had 17 points and five triples throughout the game.

Curry scored 29 points, including 5-of-12 3-pointers, while taking advantage of the Celtics' drop coverage. Before the game shifts to Boston on Wednesday, the Warriors starters received some extra rest in the fourth quarter.

Klay Thompson struggled from the field yet again, scoring 11 points on 4-of-19 shooting. Draymond Green finished with nine points, seven assists, and five rebounds, while Kevon Looney scored 12 points on 6-of-6 shooting.

In the first half, the Celtics came out swinging, with Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown leading a two-pronged onslaught.

Tatum scored 21 points in the first half Sunday after being restricted to 12 points in Game 1. Ray Allen, the last Celtics player to score 20 points in a half, did it in 2010.

Tatum finished with 28 points, six rebounds, and three assists while shooting 6-of-9 from beyond the arc. Brown scored 17 points, grabbed six boards, and dished out three assists.

The Celtics were plagued by turnovers throughout the game, committing 18. After a strong start in Game 1, players other than Tatum and Brown faltered. 

Two points each were scored by Marcus Smart, Al Horford, and Robert Williams. Derrick White, who came off the bench, added 12 points.

Game 1: Celtics 120, Warriors 108   Game 2: Warriors 107, Celtics 88 (Series tied 1-1)   Game 3: Warriors at Celtics, Wednesday, 9 p.m. ET (ABC)   Game 4: Warriors at Celtics, Friday, 9 p.m. ET (ABC)   Game 5: Celtics at Warriors, Monday, June 13, 9 p.m. ET (ABC)   Game 6: Warriors at Celtics, Thursday, June 16, 9 p.m. ET (ABC)*   Game 7: Celtics at Warriors, Sunday, June 19, 8 p.m. ET (ABC)*   * — if necessary

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