The Golden State Warriors win the championship and get revenge

Xavier Trudeau
Juin 14, 2017

That, along with the disappointment of again falling to the Golden State Warriors, was among his takeaways after yet another statistically brilliant performance in the NBA Finals.

The ad ends with Durant gritting his teeth in a Warriors jersey with two words across the screen: "Debate this".

Warriors forward Kevin Durant, 28, was named the Most Valuable Player of the Finals. James will try and lure more help to come to Cleveland.

However, the celebration didn't last long for the heart and soul of their team. Guard Shaun Livingston said he wouldn't visit the White House if the Warriors won the title.

With the final seconds of the game ticking away and the game in hand, the Oracle crowd rose to their feet in anticipation of their title. The group was close to unstoppable in the regular season and postseason.

With Thompson playing in his third consecutive finals, this gives Washington State their 4th straight NBA Finals appearance and three Championships over those four years.

"I had my lows in the season where I was beating myself up, where I was struggling", Durant admitted.

Golden State completed an unprecedented 16-1 run through the National Basketball Association playoffs, registering the second-best average point differential (plus-13.5) in league history. The back problems that sidelined him last season had resurfaced and forced him back on an operating table to stop a slow leak of spinal fluid. "And it was just awesome to just see that all year and, right now, just to be here with these guys is unbelievable". Looking at what the Golden State Warriors have done, are you still a fan of the concept?

According to the New York Times, more than two dozen members of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots skipped out on the team's traditional visit to the White House.

None more than coach Steve Kerr. The streak continued as he scored 30 points in game 3 and went 6-11 from beyond the arc.

Durant's stellar play all season and throughout the playoffs vindicated Golden State's massive payout to the superstar in a controversial off-season deal. "But tonight was a little different, just based on the things I've had to go through during this time".

LeBron James, last year's Finals MVP, led the Cavaliers with 41 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists but it was not enough as the home team came out on top.

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