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Warriors, with Curry and Durant in front, cheered in a massive parade

Warriors, with Curry and Durant in front, cheered in a massive parade

The party continued in the streets of Oakland, where thousands of fans cheered for the new NBA champions, the Golden State Warriors, who with their stars, guard Stephen Curry, and forward Kevin Durant participated in the parade of tribute to obtaining their second league title in three years.
Owners, managers, players and four Warriors coach paraded for several hours through downtown Oakland, where they will be until the 2019 season, when they plan to open a new field in the San Francisco Bay area.
The entire delegation, after being cheered by the thousands of fans who gathered in the streets of downtown Oakland from four in the morning, finished their tour at the Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, where the protagonists of the triumph took the floor. sports.
Curry was in charge of carrying the Larry O’Brien trophy of champions on one of the open buses, along with his wife and children, without abandoning the already popular cigar with which he appears in hand.
The winner of two consecutive league Most Valuable Player (MVP) awards got off the bus and shared with fans who were given the popular high-fives high-fives wide open hand high-fives.
While Durant, who won his first league title after beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 4-1 in the Best of Seven Finals, paraded on another open-top bus with his mother and with the Most Valuable Player (MVP) trophy that he achieved in the Finals.
As usual, the player who attracted the most attention and generated the controversy was power forward Draymond Green, who appeared at the parade wearing a shirt bearing the Quicken Loans logo – the company of Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert, and the title sponsor of his field – and he changed the wording to ‘Quickie’ and he also had the Larry O’Brien trophy.
Green in the jersey mocked the Cavaliers for only getting to five games against the Warriors in the Finals as he explained.
“The Q, that’s what those boys’ arena is called, and we got them out of here quick (quick) with the trophy,” Green explained to NBC Sports Bay Area. Quickie.
Green said the garbage clothing was his idea, but that Warriors training director Nick U’Ren was responsible for taking the idea and executing it.
We really did it in Cleveland, what do you think? Green wondered mockingly.
As always, his idea did not go unnoticed by anyone on the team, including coach Steve Kerr, who said he had taken note of the jersey the player was wearing.
“Sometimes I get tired of being humble,” Kerr declared. I want to be more like Draymond. Look at his shirt, I love Draymond, ”he joked.
More seriously, Kerr said he was proud of the entire team for the way they responded after the disappointment they suffered last season when they bungled a 3-1 lead to lose the title to the Cavaliers themselves.
Then Kerr reiterated that within the team what has always been a group of players who worked very hard every day to improve themselves.
“It is true that we have quality and talent, but the key to our triumphs and those that we will be able to achieve in the future will be thanks to the hard work that everyone within this model organization does every day,” said Kerr, who already confirmed continuity with the team for the next season.
Kerr also had time to joke with fans who he said “I was expecting more people in the streets” after seeing the sold out on the streets of downtown.
Like Kerr, the rest of the players who spoke to address the fans, reiterated that their promise will be to give everything on the field so that the city of Oakland is at the top because it will always be something special.
“Oakland represents all of us,” Kerr noted. “Here you have people of every race, color, religion, creed, whatever they are and they all come together, come together and love this team.”

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