Stephen Curry prefers to decline White House visit if invited

  • Stephen Curry prefers to decline White House visit if invited

Stephen Curry prefers to decline White House visit if invited

As a grinning Curry held daughter Riley in his arms, Durant stood next to them with his left hand on the point guard's head.

Some call him a snake, others refer to him as a cupcake after his decision to leave Oklahoma City and sign with Golden State.

Durant was once again the best player on the floor for the Warriors on Monday, hitting some timely three-pointers en route to a team-high 39 points.

The Golden State monster that devoured the Cavaliers in five Finals games, culminating with a 129-120 victory Monday, is not going into hibernation.

"The last couple of days I've thought about it", he said.

Draymond Green stayed on the court in a game that featured three technicals on one play 3:08 before halftime. Led the league with 121 points per game while outscoring opponents by 12.3 per night behind their potent backcourt of Goodrich and West, who each averaged almost 26 points to rank in the league's top six.

Coaches will develop strategies for defending the three-point shot.

Igouadala, who was the 2015 finals MVP, had another award worthy game as he scored 20 points on the night, 12 crucial ones in the first quarter which included a series of thunderous dunks that Lebron didn't want any part of. "I think we handle [the White House situation] when it gets there". "But tonight was a little different, just based on the things I've had to go through during this time". "But I'm going to enjoy this". It is the third time he has averaged more than four three-pointers in a single postseason - no other player has done so more than once. James averaged a triple-double of points, rebounds and assists over the five games, a first for the NBA Finals. "All the pieces that we have are important to the equation of winning a championship and competing for a championship every single year".

"We've overcome a lot of doubts", said Tulio Zelada, 28, a San Francisco resident who described himself as a Warriors fan since elementary school. "I still feel like that today", he said, as quoted by USA Today.

It was an unprecedented third consecutive meeting between the clubs in the finals and both appear ready to continue their domination of conference rivals on the way to an annual showdown for the crown.

Kerr, 51, missed Game 1 of the Finals and 11 total playoff games this year as he dealt with health issues stemming from multiple back surgeries.

This was the third straight Finals meeting between the Warriors and the Cavaliers.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr is a noted critic of Trump and his policies.

"I just wanted to come in there and just be me". "But honestly, that's something we'll worry about at the time".

Myers realizes adding Durant might not have worked so well with anyone but the Warriors.

As LeBron James sat and processed another hurtful NBA Finals loss, he was reminded of his age, wear and tear and the unbelievable juggernaut the Cleveland Cavaliers had just battled, which will be around for years.

Wojnarowski believes James won't feel guilty leaving Cleveland this time because he delivered the 2016 National Basketball Association championship.