Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr made pregame adjustments, inserting JaMychal Green into the starting lineup in place of Kevon Looney, who reportedly was feeling ill. Looney still saw time off the bench in Game 2 on Thursday. Klay Thompson was on fire for the Warriors against the Los Angeles Lakers, who were led by LeBron James. Stephen Curry made way for Thompson, playing a spacer point guard role.
After Anthony Davis took over in Game 1 to drop 30 points and grab 23 rebounds in leading Los Angeles to a 117-112 win and 1-0 series lead, his presence was been felt in Game 2. Meanwhile, Draymond Green's "force" was a decisive factor as the Warriors rolled to a 127-100 win to even the series at 1-1. Game 3 is Saturday (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC) in Los Angeles.
Recap of Lakers-Warriors Game 2
Ahead of Game 2: Draymond Green's force is needed in Lakers-Warriors series
Yahoo Sports' Vincent Goodwill from San Francisco on Game 1: Anthony Davis steps up on both ends to help Lakers steal home-court advantage from Warriors