Andre Miller didn't even wait for the final horn to sound before trudging off the court.
The Denver Nuggets guard was far from alone as many of the fans bolted the Pepsi Center early, too. They had seen quite enough of Stephen Curry & Co. making shot after shot as the Nuggets were humbled at home for the first time in three months.
Behind blistering shooting, Golden State beat the NBA's best home team 131-117 in Game 2 on Tuesday night and pulled even in the best-of-seven series.
Curry couldn't miss, Harrison Barnes dazzled with a reverse dunk and the Nuggets couldn't stop anyone as the Warriors shot 64.6 percent from the field (51 of 79), their best mark ever in a postseason game.
''We didn't do much of anything very well,'' said coach George Karl, whose team was 38-3 at home during the regular season.
The series shifts to Golden State for Game 3 on Friday night.
And the Nuggets know they have work to do.
After all, the Warriors' p...