Cars towed, citations issued after Warriors win

Kevin Durant was criticized by many for joining an already-stacked Golden State Warriors team last July but it is hard to question the move after watching how seamlessly he fit in with the NBA's newest super team. "And I did that from day one, and I just tried to stay with that".

"The team we had, we were great, right where you want to be", said Warriors forward Draymond Green.

Kerr confirmed Wednesday that he intends to keep coaching the Warriors despite the back troubles that kept him out for much of the playoffs. "It looks like it was easy, but guys like Steph Curry welcoming him and kind of let him shine - it worked out like it should", Myers said.

Golden State's championship-clinching victory in Game 5 of the NBA Finals was watched by more than 25 million viewers on ABC, wrapping up the most-viewed series since Michael Jordan's last title in 1998.

"We've overcome a lot of doubts", said Tulio Zelada, 28, a San Francisco resident who attended the parade.

But it turns out Durant did have something to say about the Grammy-winning superstar, who is an unabashed fan of LeBron James and during Game 1 of the NBA Finals yelled "brick" when Durant was at the free throw line.

- His 35.2 points per game ranks as the 10th-highest in NBA Finals history.

"To have teammates that encourage you, that lift you up, that's what we all need in life", he said. A 67-win season followed by a record 15-0 start to the playoffs, dropping game four in Cleveland to miss being the first unbeaten playoff champion.

Two titles in three years for Golden State. "We want to keep this thing together and see how we can continue to keep getting better".

Warriors coach Steve Kerr sees Durant as that missing piece to turning a formidable club into a historic juggernaut. "Rather than talking about how to break up or knock down a championship-caliber team, my focus should be on how we do a better job developing more great players in this league". He was incredible all season long.

A lot was said before these Finals about the non-competitiveness of the National Basketball Association playoffs - the Warriors became the first team in history to start the playoffs 15-0 and sport a point differential of 13.8 points, while the Cavaliers lost just once before the Finals.