Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry lead Warriors to National Basketball Association title

Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry lead Warriors to National Basketball Association title

Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry lead Warriors to National Basketball Association title

A parade to celebrate the Golden State Warriors' second National Basketball Association title in three years is underway in downtown Oakland.

Fans hold up a banner during the second half in Game 5 of the 2017 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers at ORACLE Arena on June 12, 2017 in Oakland, California. That could involve moving forward Kevin Love, who was only 2-for-8 for six points in the final game.

"We weren't supposed to be here", Kevin Durant said. "I was anxious, I was jittery". I just wanted to put it all out there.

"All the focus seems to be on, "They're too good" as opposed to, 'What is it we should be doing to create more great teams in this league?' That's what my response is".

Our guess? Some Warriors won't make the trip, and maybe the group won't go altogether. That stung ever since, as Durant understood, because he gave up the same lead to the Warriors a round earlier with Oklahoma City.

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Additionally, the Warriors got double-digit scoring efforts from shooting guard Stephen Curry (34 points), shooting guard Klay Thompson (11), power forward Draymond Green (10) and reserve forward Andre Iguodala (20).

In his recent Instagram clip, the comic and former Men's Fitness cover model admits that he still didn't think the Warriors would win it, but then goes on to congratulate Durant on finally getting his first championship ring.

"Winning is fantastic. I've been so lucky to be part of so many championship teams as a player and now as a coach, and it never gets old", Kerr said after Monday's win. "He had high rebound numbers, he did great with his assists, which is an area of his game he's improved on tremendously, and taken his game to another level. but the thing about him is, that he's unguardable". We've gotten this each of the last three years. "You have to tip your hat to Cleveland", he added. "But we prevailed, we're champions and it's incredible doing it on our home floor". But LeBron-who just averaged the first triple-double in the history of the Finals-is so far superior to Kobe that, at this point, it's laughable to even compare the two.

James said he had no reason to feel sorry for himself.

"I don't believe I've played for a superteam", James said.

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