Warriors' Game 5 win wraps up highly-watched NBA Finals

Posted June 16, 2017

The Warriors' statement comes less than 24 hours after Clemson visited the White House to honor a national championship win against Alabama in January, in which President Trump said the Tigers "won a championship game for the ages". "He's had an fantastic career, but he just took it to the next level", said Warriors head coach Steve Kerr.

"We're going to do what our leader [Curry] does", Iguodala said earlier in the week. "This whole day, this whole atmosphere, is unbelievable".

The Golden State Warriors are basking in the glow of another National Basketball Association championship, but there are questions about a possible White House visit. "This is Golden State's era". "It definitely was a Quickie".

Fans arrived hours before the start of the Thursday parade to get a prime spot along the route. So, sorry I went on a little rant, but that's how I feel about the team. He became the third player to score 25 or more points in their first ten finals games, joining Shaq and Michael Jordan. The last time the Warriors, sans Kevin Durant, went to our nation's capital, it was when former President Barack Obama was in office.

"Teams and franchises are going to be trying to figure out ways that they can put personnel together, the right group of guys together to be able to hopefully compete against this team. Thank you for the support".

Even LeBron, who sparked the super team trend, hasn't played with the kind of star power the Warriors had during their five-game ousting of the Cavs. If you're vying for a higher salary, don't focus on how much your colleague might be making . They can sign Durant to a long-term contract before re-signing Stephen Curry to a five-year super-max deal worth more than $209 million.

The comments came just moments after Kerr gave this assessment of Green.

"We make each other better and it's not about who gets the credit", Durant said.

Golden State went 40 years between titles after winning the crown in 1975.

One thing is clear - if no one can assemble a truly special team, the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy could very well reside in the Bay Area for years to come.