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Durant: Warriors aren't a "Super Team"

17 June 2017

"Trump couldn't be more ill-suited to be president, because he's a blowhard", coach Steve Kerr said back in May.

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry said Wednesday that if the team is invited to visit the White House after winning the National Basketball Association championship then he probably won't go. Kevin Durant wanted this title and he got it, he will always be an NBA Champion and no one can ever take that from him. The victory marks Curry's second championship with his team in the past three years.

The team released a statement on Tuesday, saying that it hadn't yet reached a decision on a White House visit.

"Oakland represents all of us, " Kerr told KTVU. "It may be that a couple of players have been asked about it".

For the most part, I think Lue is on the right track.

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"We don't even have to speak about it", Iguodala said. "Super team? No, we just work extremely well together".

"I'm picturing this scene where I go in and say, 'Hey everybody, everyone be quiet". Letting Game 3 get away from us and then coming back to this gym, we knew it was going to be tough, but I thought our mindset was right. If you give all your effort and all the fight and all the heart you got, it doesn't necessarily mean you're going to win, and that's what's tough about sports. But if he had any desire to go elsewhere, his max deal would only be an estimated four-year, $130.3 contract from other suitors.

Kerr underwent a procedure that alleviated his pain, allowing him to return for the Finals and, he hopes, "for a long time".

On Tuesday, rumors that the Warriors unanimously chose to forgo the trip went viral, but reporters from both the San Francisco Chronicle and USA Today would later prove the story untrue. Like I said, I want to be here.

In the end, though, I'm just making excuses for the King.

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The impending loss of the Warriors to San Francisco was on the minds of some fans who came out to cheer, though many threw the word "dynasty" around and expected one more championship parade in Oakland next year.

But Iguodala told Amick that ultimately the team would follow their leader, Stephen Curry. "I've got nothing but love and respect for him and I can't wait to compete against him again next season".

And Durant? He said last month that he "doesn't plan on going anywhere else".

Green interacted with the crowd on numerous occasions as the parade meandered through the streets of Oakland, where excited fans serenaded the players.

Cavs fans took some delight in analyst Jalen Rose being proven wrong after he brought out a broom and predicted a Warriors sweep in the NBA Finals. From that moment on, the Warriors went 31-2.

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