LeBron James says he never played for a 'super team.' Really?

"It's different just because of what happened previous year".

The Warriors have now won two National Basketball Association titles in the last three years, and after watching them go 16-1 on their way to this one, it's hard to imagine anyone stopping them in the foreseeable future.

The party began as soon as Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry and the Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 129-120 at Oracle Arena to clinch their second championship in three years.

"I'm happy for him", Curry said.

"The way he embraced the opportunity in the finals was unbelievable", he added.

Going into the 2017 offseason, the Cavs will have eight players under contract whose collective salaries already put the team over the expected luxury-tax line.

"Just the camaraderie, the togetherness of the whole organization, that's what it was about".

"I left everything on the floor every game, all five games", James said. "So, a championship is just a cherry on top".

Following the victory Monday night, spontaneous celebrations broke out in streets around Oakland.

It became possible when Durant parted ways with the Thunder after nine seasons, leaving fellow superstar Russell Westbrook to fend for himself. "But probably more to come on that". "We all carry weight". There's a good few years where they seem totally unstoppable, but then, well - you know the saying about the bigger they are. It usually doesn't work out well. "Tonight it did for him".

"I do know me and KD had a conversation along with Draymond and Klay and Andre a year ago before he even showed up that that was kind of the identity of who we are as a team that we understand how important it is, the guys that are here", Curry said. I told you when I was 8 years old.

If you are the best player, you are charged with making everyone else on the team better and James does not do that or needs better teammates. I tried to help my team, tried to be myself, be aggressive and sacrifice as well.

LeBron James has sparked speculation over his future-particularly whether he will remain with the Cleveland Cavaliers-after the team lost the NBA Finals Monday night.

"Experience is the best teacher in life, and he's just experiencing and experiencing and experiencing", said James. "So, to have a beer right now and come talk to you guys, it feels great". Green shot 34.5 percent for the series and never got around to having the kind of statement game he had in Game 7 of last year's Finals. "It was just a proud moment, something that you never, ever forget".

We also, by the way, don't know if Trump will actually invite the Golden State Warriors since he may take the proactive step of acting like he doesn't want to meet with them. He snatched the position as the face of the franchise during the Finals, and even the haters and basketball talking heads had to appreciate how he elevated his game to the point where he even overshadowed LeBron James' unbelievable performance, which included breaking Magic Johnson's record of triple-doubles in the NBA Finals and dropping 41/13/8 in a Game 5 loss.