With Stephen Curry's remarkable performance off the bench in Game 2, the Warriors and their faithful had plenty to celebrate. The Warriors lead the series 2-0.

In only his second game since suffering an injury to his left foot a month ago, Curry led the Warriors to a 126-106 win against the Denver Nuggets in Game 2.

Stephen scores 34 points in only 23 minutes while shooting 12-for-17 from the field and 5-for-10 from 3-point range.

Following the game, Draymond Green scanned the box score before shouting. He struggled to comprehend how Curry finished with a plus-32.

Stephen Curry is the only player in the shot clock era to score 30+ points in 23 minutes or fewer during a playoff game.

Curry fulfilled this job description off the bench. This has been the Warriors' strategy for the first two games of the playoffs.

During Curry, Thompson, and Green's two NBA title runs and three Finals appearances with Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala, the Warriors never had a better lineup.

The Golden State Warriors have already cemented their place as the second-best team in the NBA playoffs after only two games.

The Warriors used a three-guard lineup for the second consecutive game, with Curry, Thompson, and Poole, along with Green and Andrew Wiggins.

During that stretch, Curry scored 13 of the Warriors' 22 points while Poole (five) and Thompson (four) spaced the floor to entice defenders.