Golden State Warriors: 5 reasons they'll repeat as National Basketball Association champions in 2018

Posted June 26, 2017

I'm going to enjoy this championship with my team.

Durant said his father, brother and other family members have given him support along the way.

Paul George would fit the bill, as he helped IN put up the best showing against the Cleveland Cavaliers IN the playoffs leading up to the NBA Finals by averaging 28 points along with 8.8 rebounds, 7.3 assists, and 1.8 steals.

In a 67-win season featuring the winningest playoff run in National Basketball Association history, the Warriors were as dominant as you could've expected.

"That's what Andre's been doing all year".

Durant took his cue from LeBron, took a short term public relations hit and was rewarded with a championship and an MVP trophy. "He's one of the best professionals I've ever been around". Kerr returned for game two of the Finals and wins his second title in three years.

It is the second ring of Iguodala's 13-year career, but for veterans Javale Mcgee, Matt Barnes and David West, it was their first. They had to be ideal even to win a game in these NBA Finals.

The Golden State Warriors celebrate winning another National Basketball Association championship. So it's about the small things in life. "Because they're built for. from my eyes, they're built to last a few years".

In case you missed it, RiRi was courtside for Game 1 of the finals at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, cheering on the Cavaliers and literally bowing down to Lebron James' greatness.

Irving finished 9/22 from the floor with 26 points and four turnovers after a 40-point night in Game 4. His interest in Golden State was obvious; a great team that he could transform into a super team while removing his name from the list of "greatest player to never win an NBA Championship". With three titles, James is comfortable with who he is and what's accomplished.

"I'm not the GM of the team; I'm not in the front office, but I know our front office is going to continue to try to put our ball club, put our franchise in a position where we can compete for a championship year in and year out", James said. "I have been living right, man, just the people I have been around, the teammates I had as a player, and now the group that I coach".

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But there's only one time in NBA history has the NBA Finals MVP award gone to a player from the losing squad - Jerry West claimed the award in the 1968-69 season, when his Lakers fell to the Boston Celtics in seven games.