Golden State Warriors Get The Best Of The NBA's First Finals Trilogy

  • Golden State Warriors Get The Best Of The NBA's First Finals Trilogy

Golden State Warriors Get The Best Of The NBA's First Finals Trilogy

In a short statement Tuesday, the Warriors said: "Today is all about celebrating our championship. Like I said, tried to be myself, be aggressive and sacrifice as well".

Durant might be asked to do the same-take less than he might command elsewhere to allow Golden State to keep Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston without salary cap issues.

It was the second parade in three seasons for the Warriors, who wrapped up their latest crown by finishing off a five-game victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday. Coach Steve Kerr criticized President Trump in an interview with Sports Illustrated, calling him "ill-suited to be president".

"I couldn't quit, and there were times I wanted to quit, and I often said the sacrifice for me was not dying, that's what I sacrificed for my kids, not checking out on them", Wanda Durant said.

"But obviously, as a team, we're going to have a conversation", Curry said. He had an incredible series, just dominated. "You come into work each day and it is more like fun". Still, he insisted he had another notch to raise his game, and he certainly found it.

And the 50-point margin is being generous to Cleveland. The brand has also readied a range of limited-edition product including customizable Air Force 1s with cork details - a nod to the champagne bottles that are a staple of National Basketball Association championship celebrations. Durant appeared to commit his third foul on the play, but the officials let it go and the game quickly turned. He can't do it alone.

"I can't believe we're getting this question already, but you know, honestly that's something we'll worry about at the time".

For the most part, I think Lue is on the right track. But this is not an individual sport.

General Manager Bob Myers, who helped assemble the Warriors lineup after the franchise spent years as the league's laughing stock, and savvy owner Joe Lacob fill out the rest of the team.

"Steph definitely took a back seat to the start the season until he realized we didn't need him to take a back seat", Draymond Green said. "And he showed that". Bill Russell had a stellar 11-1 record in the championship series as a member of the Celtics Dynasty in the 1960s. "Doesn't get much better." than that".