Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

  • Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

"After the parade, the narrative will shift to 'So, what does the league plan to do about this?'" wrote Ray Ratto, a veteran Bay Area sports columnist. 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.

"There were many nights that I didn't know how we were going to make it", said Wanda Durant. "I hope that happens because it would be fun to watch".

Green addressed the super team chatter while addressing the crowd just days after Cleveland's LeBron James - who played with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami - referenced that he had never played on a super team. "The Black Panthers, Bruce Lee and now the Warriors", added Achebe Thomas. Before coming to the Warriors this season, he spent nine seasons with the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The Golden State juggernaut rolled over Cleveland four games to one in the best-of-seven championship series, which ended with a 129-120 Warriors home triumph on Monday (Tuesday in Manila) that brought NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant his first championship. But like I said, we'll all figure something out. Unless the team can find a way back in, the Warriors will have no draft picks this year. "I'm ready to do it again".

The two-time US Olympic gold medallist scored more than 30 points in each of the five games - the first player since Shaquille O'Neal in 2000 for the LA Lakers - and averaged 35.2 per game across the series. The Warriors finished 31-2 in their last 33 games.

The Golden State Warriors have now won two National Basketball Association titles in the last three seasons while starting point guard Stephen Curry has obviously remained at the center of the franchise's recent stretch of success. Lue commended the Warriors on a great season but says he doesn't see a huge gap many people see when it comes to the Warriors and the Cavs as he said per ESPN, "I don't see a big gap". "I'm just so happy to be a part of it". "I can't wait to celebrate with my teammates in the locker room". The Warriors are also headed to San Francisco, where they broke ground this year on a new arena slated to open in 2019.