Curry, Durant committed to keeping Golden State on top

  • Curry, Durant committed to keeping Golden State on top

Curry, Durant committed to keeping Golden State on top

For the second time in two, the Cavaliers fell short against a Golden State Warriors team fast establishing itself as among one of the best of all time.

The sequence summed up the series, a third version of Warriors-Cavaliers but the first with a Durant injection. "A lot of guys cried because they wanted it bad", head coach Tyronn Lue said following Cleveland's 129-120 loss.

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Reserve guard Deron Williams added, "He's the best". But though he's one of the sport's top athletes, he's not even close to being its highest-paid.

"We're going to do what our leader (Curry) does", Iguodala told Amick. "I want to come out in this sunshine every June".

He continued,"So there's going to be a lot of teams that's trying to figure out ways to put personnel together to try and match that if they're able to actually face them in a playoff series, both Eastern Conference and Western Conference. Thank you for the support". Those picks would also be inherently less valuable because of where the Cavaliers project to finish in upcoming years. They have full Bird Rights on Korver, but are well into the tax already, meaning every dollar they give him is multiplied.

But now, I feel it's finally time to retire.

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee also rode on floats in the parade, which was marked with a heavy police presence.

LeBron James said earlier this week that he's never played for a super team.

"I think the focus, a lot of LeBron's business interests, his Hollywood aspirations, his media ventures are base out there, and I wrote this past year and said it and believed it: The minute he won that championship in Cleveland he was liberated to leave again".

"We have a whole team of humble Warriors and then we have one guy in Draymond who stirs the pot", Kerr said.

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Draymond Green - the Defensive Player of the Year runner-up each of the last two seasons and a finalist this year - is the anchor: Smart, versatile and with an internal fire that always stays lit. But that only made this year's all the more rewarding.

"We did it", said the man who used to spend hours at the Seat Pleasant Activity Center in Prince George's County.

And celebrate they did.

Fans jockeyed for space along the parade route while others climbed telephone poles or scaled bus stops, eager to catch glimpses of their favorite players rolling by in big blue buses.

Spectators can line up for the parade and rally as soon as 5 a.m., and taking public transportation is encouraged.

Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder were eliminated in the 2016 Western Conference Finals by the Warriors and he chose to join the rival franchise the following season, per UPI.com. As of around 12:30 p.m., BART had recorded almost 242,000 exits from its stations, roughly the same as in 2015.