Steph Curry says he doesn't want to go to the White House

"I remember exactly where I was this time a year ago, and it wasn't a great feeling", Curry told the crowd at a rally after the parade. "But, obviously as a team, we're going to have a conversation".

The Warriors won their second championship in three years, but it will be their first victory under President Donald Trump.

"We don't want that to taint what we've accomplished this year".

Golden State Warriors fans are breakdancing in downtown Oakland and honking their horns in San Francisco to celebrate their team's latest National Basketball Association title.

"We learned from everything we've been through", Curry said during the trophy celebration.

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

Curry again struggled from 3 by making only two of his nine attempts for the second straight game, but he made up for that by attacking the rim and setting up teammates.

James, who has the most triple-doubles in NBA Finals at eight, said the Cavaliers struggled to stay healthy throughout the season, which was a setback come playoffs. Perhaps the most prominent critic has been San Antonio Spurs coach Greg Popovich, an Air Force Academy graduate and former USA intelligence officer who has questioned Trump's judgment, maturity and empathy on several occasions.

Later, he was straightforward and serious: "We were heartbroken last year, but this year was our turn". But the Warriors also had shooting that would have made them the envy of even some of the toughest teams of all-time.

"Kevin's journey, our team embraced him". He too often got jammed up off the ball, which resulted in him not getting enough touches and never finding his rhythm. It's not about who scored what. "And so I don't know as far as me personally right now". "And we are going to move forward with that when we have a chance to".

Although the Golden State Warriors have not confirmed this rumor, they have released the following statement regarding the speculation.

From July 1, the Warriors will be able to use the CBA to sign Kevin Durant to a four-year contract extension and lock up Stephen Curry for another five years. Whatever it is, the big-money contract will be a hefty raise from the $12 million he earned on the way to a 16-1 postseason. For those guys in the Hamptons recruiting Durant that day and all the others, they can't wait for more. "I was anxious and jittery and I just wanted to leave it all out there", Durant told ESPN's Doris Burke minutes after the game ended.