Golden State Warriors celebrate 3rd NBA championship in 4 years with parade

Golden State Warriors celebrate 3rd NBA championship in 4 years with parade

Golden State Warriors celebrate 3rd NBA championship in 4 years with parade

Following Cleveland's upset of Golden State in the 2016 Finals, James was spotted exiting his team's flight home in a T-shirt that ostensibly paid homage to the former WWE wrestler The Ultimate Warrior.

For the second straight year, throngs of Golden State Warriors fans turned out for a victory parade to celebrate a team some are calling an National Basketball Association dynasty and got a treat when several players got off their buses to mingle with the crowd.

Warriors kept the Cavs at bay in each of their showdown tie, despite talisman LeBron James hitting top form.

Oakland resident Jasmine Culp, 36, painted her lips blue and dressed in a sparkling golden sequined dress, sash, and blue-gold feather accessories to attend the parade with her three children, Jonavon, Jewel, and Cypher.


"Sometimes you don't negotiate", Meyers said, via USA Today. Kevin Durant, look what he did for us past year, he did us a great service, so he's earned the right to sign whatever deal he wants. He doesn't plan to leave the team-he just wants to restructure his deal and make his money. During the Warriors' parade on Tuesday, Green shared his thoughts on Thompson.

"Mid-level", coach Steve Kerr chimed in. "That was just for the media", Myers said of his Monday statement.

"And there ended the Warriors' cohesion right there", Fitzgerald finished. But I want him to be happy and want him to know that we want him as long as he wants to be here. With mic in hand, he casually roasted Durant, saying his free agency situation is different from that of Steph Curry previous year.

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