The Warriors beat the Cavs 113-91 on Thursday night.
After the game, Tyronn Lue had the following exchange with a member of the media:
Reporter: "Obviously there's no team that's unbeatable, at the same time, you know their record right now in the postseason ... how well is this team playing? I know it's tough to answer that when you've been beaten by them somewhat soundly. How well is this team playing right now? And does that record reflect how good this team is right now?
Lue: "Yeah, they're the best I've ever seen."
Reporter: "Can you elaborate on that?"
Lue: "They're the best I've ever seen (chuckles). I mean, no team has done this, right? So 13-0 and they constantly break records every year, last year being 73-9, this year starting the playoffs 13-0. So, they're playing good basketball. But we can play better."
Kevin Durant registered 38 points, eight rebounds, eight assists and zero turnovers.
LeBron James recorded 28 points, 15 rebounds, eight assists and eight turnovers.
LeBron -- your thoughts on the game?
“You take one of the best teams that we had ever assembled last year that we saw in the regular season and the postseason and then in the offseason you add a high-powered offensive talent like that (Durant), with a great basketball IQ like that, that’s what stands out,” he told reporters. “There’s no if, ands or buts. It is what is what it is.
"We’ve got to figure out how to combat that which will be a tough challenge for us.”
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders and a Web Producer at NBC Sports Bay Area. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller