Warriors fans celebrate, with expectations of more to come

  • Warriors fans celebrate, with expectations of more to come

Warriors fans celebrate, with expectations of more to come

They went 15-1 in the postseason, with sweeps in the first three round before beating LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in five games in the finals. "No matter where they go, it's still in the Golden State".

"I'm just excited to do something special", Curry said during the presentation of the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy on Monday in Oakland after his team beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. I love Draymond. We got a team full of humble Warriors, and then we got one guy that's just going to stir up the pot every day.

Several other Warriors have also put it on the record that they have reservations about visiting Trump in the White House. The coach told ESPN he plans to be around for many more after that as well.

"We don't want that to taint what we've accomplished this year". When Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank called Trump "a real asset" to the nation, Steph Curry, two-time MVP and the brand's marquee endorser, said: "I agree with that description, if you remove the "et" from asset". "We're just trying to celebrate and enjoy everything", he said.

"I remember exactly where I was this time a year ago, and it wasn't a great feeling". It's about us supporting this championship.

So, the Warriors either are the best team or the No. 2 squad of all time.

General Manager Bob Myers, who helped assemble the Warriors lineup after the franchise spent years as the league's laughing stock, and savvy owner Joe Lacob fill out the rest of the team.

In February, Shaun Livingston made it clear that if the Warriors were to win the championship, he would not go to Trump's White House.

NBA Finals champions, the Golden State Warriors, said earlier this week in a statement that no decision had been made on if they would visit President Donald Trump at the White House - if they were even invited to the White House - as is tradition of championship-winning teams.

Kerr said the Warriors will discuss whether they will visit the White House if and when they get a formal invitation.

The Golden State Warriors made a strong case to be called one of the best teams in National Basketball Association history after a near-perfect run through the playoffs resulted in their second title in three years. He was a 6-5 power forward.

"I was expecting more", coach Steve Kerr told KTVU-TV, joking about the size of the crowd. "That's not what's important, my take on that, it's about us celebrating a championship and we'll move forward with that whenever we get a chance to".