Another Victory Parade for the Warriors

Posted June 18, 2017

Golden State Warriors fans are using the word dynasty to describe this year's championship team.

Head coach Steve Kerr, one of the most politically conscious coaches in professional sports, has said the president's proposed immigration ban is "against the principles of what our country is about".

Instead of working together and trying to resolve all challenging situations, Stephen Curry and the Warriors would just add one more problem to the whole situation. "This whole day, this whole atmosphere, is unbelievable".

The Charlotte native helped the team Monday night win its second NBA Finals championship in three years, beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 129-120. Then it was Golden State's turn again, taking the title in five games.

Green proceeded with his jabs at James when he addressed the crowd during the parade. "It definitely was a Quickie".

IN CASE YOU'RE LATE: There will also be an overflow viewing area located at Lake Merritt Boulevard and E 12th Street, including a live feed of the parade and rally. The Warriors made a visit after winning the 2015 National Basketball Association title, while the Cavaliers went to the White House previous year after beating Golden State in seven games.

"We recognize that times are hard and this city in particular has had its share of issues over the years", Warriors owner Joe Lacob said, via KNBR. "This is the best job in the world". I still feel like that today, but obviously as a team we're gonna have a conversation. "Thank you for the support".

"I don't believe I've played for a super team". "He said, I wasn't focused but I'm good now". "Going through this year was so much fun". "Nothing should distract from what we were able to accomplish together, the different kind of ceremonies and the traditions that have happened around championship-winning teams".

Bandwagon fans jump ship when the team they follow starts to show signs of sputtering out, and find the next team collecting all of the leagueÕs superstars.

As recently as last month Kerr called Trump a "blowhard" and said he "couldn't be more ill-suited for office".

"No matter where they go, it's still in the Golden State". "Bay Area fans are unbelievable, our organization's incredible, we've put together an fantastic team that's competing for championships every year".

In San Francisco, people hung out of cars waving blue and gold flags.