Curry and Durant want Warriors stay

Curry and Durant want Warriors stay

Everyone in the organization did. "So you have a clear sense of what matters when you go through that stuff". "You have to beat them".

We are going to mention just a part of Durant's speech at the MVP Reception, which refers to his mother.

"It's different just because of what happened a year ago to be honest", Curry said.

James, on the other hand, set the record as he is the only player in history to record a triple-double in the NBA Finals.

Every time the Cavaliers made a run, Durant was able to help the Warriors hold them off at arm's length, using arms longer than most. The Cavs' effort honored the game, and themselves. In the past, there were simply enough questions around him to dilute and work around one wrong answer. All-time great players have chosen to join contenders before, but no one has ever done it under the circumstances that Durant did. Not even Irving's offensive outburst could demoralize them.

When the clock finally sounded, Durant quickly shared embraces with James and Tristan Thompson.

He wants more teams like the Warriors. But two games prior is where the Cavs' championship hopes faded. Kerr returned for game two of the Finals and wins his second title in three years. But like I said, we'll all figure something out. "This is something that we want to continue to do, but for us to have these conversations that we had nearly a year ago and now being in this position, worth every shot we took in practice, fighting through injuries that he had this year, and it's an unbelievable feeling".

So if your watching the NBA Finals next June & you see the Warriors raising the Larry O'Brien trophy & you see sports pundits proudly proclaiming that the Warriors are the greatest team since PB & J, no your not watching ESPN Classic re-airing the 2017 NBA Finals, you are watching the age of the Warriors.

And the team's coaching staff is equally formidable. And are we certain that if Durant wasn't with the Warriors they would make it to the Finals? But we just fell short. And they still lost by nine points.

Warriors' Game 5 win wraps up highly-watched NBA Finals
Later, he was straightforward and serious: "We were heartbroken last year, but this year was our turn". "Now we're champs again". High-profile recruit Durant was the difference as the Warriors wrapped up a 4-1 series triumph on home court in Oakland .

Perhaps if the Warriors played the death lineup more, the National Basketball Association would adjust and solve the puzzle.

Of course, there is a downside to playing well and losing to a better team. "In the context of keeping the team together, if there are decisions that need to be made, we'll talk about it for sure". Those were the odds.

Game 5 was the right moment. It was reminiscent of the Warriors' 11-0 charge to finish Game 3, with numerous plays that will be recounted in the next few months. But he was only 2 of 9 on 3-pointers.

Welcome to the Finals.

But he offered a glimpse of what more he could offer by averaging more than 30 points per game during a 4-1 series win over the Cavaliers in the Finals. Golden State will also look to replace Ian Clark, an unrestricted free agent who actually served as Curry's backup in their rotations.

James teamed up with All Stars Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh on the Miami Heat to win his first championship in 2012.

As ESPN's Zach Lowe suggested, the Warriors may have some concerns over how the unit can rebound and whether it drains the 6-foot-6 Green of too much energy.

The group that recruited Durant in the Hamptons that day last summer has the same philosophy about winning more championships. You kept us off the street.

"I ain't got to say nothing", Durant said, as if that was all he had to say. You're never out of view, and even the smallest mistake is broadcast on the Jumbotron in high definition.