How to watch Golden State celebrate an National Basketball Association championship online

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Surely Kevin Durant, the newly-minted NBA Finals MVP who joined the Warriors after their record 73-win season, has a different take on his own championship squad.

Golden State Warriors fans are breakdancing in downtown Oakland and honking their horns in San Francisco to celebrate their team's latest National Basketball Association title.

"They're going to be around for a while", Cavaliers forward LeBron James said after suffering his second Finals defeat in three years to a Warriors team that went 16-1 in the playoffs.

"I hear all the narratives throughout the season that I was joining, I was hopping on the bandwagon, I was letting everybody else do the work", Durant said. "It's easier said than done obviously, but that's the goal". He continued to pass the ball as if it belonged to somebody else and he didn't want to get caught with it. Make a cut, get open and there, courtesy of Curry, was the ball.

"I couldn't quit, and there were times I wanted to quit, and I often said the sacrifice for me was not dying, that's what I sacrificed for my kids, not checking out on them", Wanda Durant said.

"For me personally, I left everything on the floor every game, all five games". "It's like, really just about having fun playing ball and let's see how we can win together and that alone just helps the ego".

Two-time reigning league MVP Stephen Curry is expected to sign the richest contract in National Basketball Association history this offseason as the league's best three-point marksman will be eligible for a five-year deal worth an estimated $207 million. "That's the culture that we built and it's an unbelievable thing to see".

The Warriors issued a statement Tuesday saying that "today is all about celebrating our championship" and that they have not received an invitation to the White House. So, it is a business. You sacrificed for us. "I answered I wouldn't go". So both Durant and Curry have the unrestricted ability to leave the Warriors.

"We're going to do whatever it takes to keep Steph here and happy", Lacob told The Mercury News.

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