Published: Sun, June 18, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Oakland triumphant as parade celebrates Warriors' NBA title

Oakland triumphant as parade celebrates Warriors' NBA title

The Warriors downplayed the potential presidential controversy Monday, saying in a statement, "Today is all about celebrating our championship".

The Warriors went 15-1 in this year's postseason, with sweeps in the first three rounds before beating LeBron James and the Cavaliers in five games in the Finals.

After being sidelined for part of last season and again during the 2017 playoffs with back pain, head coach Steve Kerr returned during the Finals and said he intends to coach "for a long time". "I don't believe we're a superteam here".

With Kevin Durant claiming Finals MVP honors and Stephen Curry set to sign a five-year, $207 "supermax" contract extension this summer, Golden State could keep its core intact for years to come.

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry hoisted the Larry O'Brien trophy as his team and its fans celebrated the National Basketball Association championship with a victory parade.

Whether Curry decides to attend or not, the result and achievement stays the same - he is an NBA Finals champion.

Unlike Lil B, I can not forgive Kevin Durant.

As recently as last month Kerr called Trump a "blowhard" and said he "couldn't be more ill-suited for office".

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Stephen Curry tucked a celebratory cigar into his right sock for safekeeping as he handled all of his post-championship obligations. "Coach puts us in position to maximize our strengths", Durant told ESPN's Chris Haynes.

Joe Lacob said that he has no worries at all about Steph Curry leaving the Golden State Warriors. West fought for the ball with Irving after grabbing the rebound, they got tangled up and Tristan Thompson entered the dispute as he and West went at each other face to face.

The Warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the Finals past year and lost the title to the Cleveland Cavaliers after posting the best regular-season record in National Basketball Association history.

Presidents have hosted world champion sports teams for decades, but the tradition has become a hot-button topic for athletes in recent years. "So you don't know what's going to happen". "And I think that's done on objective". Bay Area News Group asked Lacob if he will make that offer to the two-time NBA MVP.

"What we've built here is truly special, unique, something you don't want to see end at all", Curry said.

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