Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry holds the Larry O'Brien NBA Championship Trophy during the Warriors Victory Parade on June 15, 2017 in Oakland, California. Andre Iguodala, he got traded a couple of times. The team's coach, Steve Kerr, slammed the president's travel ban executive order in January as a "horrible idea", and forward David West called Trump's election "disheartening".
The road to redemption for the Warriors began after the painful loss in the Finals past year after leading the series 3-1 against the Cavaliers and failing to win another game.
Revenge is sweet, until someone makes it dirty.
Steph was clearly having a good time at the parade, at one point running through the crowd for high fives with fans who had lined up to cheer on their team.
James continued the dispute with his on-court enemy a day after Green mocked him with a "Quickie" shirt during the Warriors' championship parade, denying Green's declaration that he "started the superteam" with his own championship stints in Miami and Cleveland.
And on Thursday, James showed himself patrolling the weight room at his house with a new haircut since the Cavs lost Game 5 of the Finals to the Golden State Warriors.More news: Newt Gingrich has no shame, thinks everyone has forgotten the 90s
If you are driving down to the Bay Area to catch BART, the trains are expected to be filled with both Warriors fans and regular morning commuters.
The parade wound through downtown Oakland before the rally near Lake Merritt. "'I never played on a super team.' You started the superteam bro!"
Over the years, as James became one of the all-time greatest players the National Basketball Association has ever seen, moved to Miami, won his first National Basketball Association championship and gained worldwide fame, fans began to notice something: the headband stayed the same, but the hair kept retreating from it, per USA Today. "We haven't even gotten that far and all those reports are false", Kerr told ESPN's Zach Lowe on the "Lowe Post" podcast. The shirt was apparently a subtle jab at how easily the Warriors defeated the Cavaliers.
"This is a moment we all need to enjoy together and nothing should distract what we were able to accomplish together", he said. "No matter where they go, it's still in the Golden State".