Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Dub Nation Celebrates With Another Warriors Championship Parade

Dub Nation Celebrates With Another Warriors Championship Parade

Star man Curry soon became the main attraction after standing atop the main bus and holding aloft the gleaming Larry O'Brien trophy, to the sound of rapturous applause.

We're not talking about Nick Young's eternal shirtless-ness, nor Draymond Green and the team's expert trolling of LeBron James.

The season has ended and the Golden State Warriors are the National Basketball Association champions for the second season in a row, in this way continuing the dynasty they started to build with the arrival of Kevin Durant.

But the Warriors are back-to-back champs, and they swept Cleveland in the Finals, so they can really say what they want until a team steps up to take them down. "I just want him to sign a deal". During the Warriors' parade on Tuesday, Green shared his thoughts on Thompson.

Coach Steve Kerr soon joined in on the fun and walked up to crowd to sign autographs during the team's outing on what was a classic sun-baked day in Cali.

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He was inconvenienced by a couple of break points as he served for the third set with 11th seed Schwarztman, a 5ft 7in live wire, refusing to go away quietly.

"With your third title in the last four years, the Golden State Warriors have once again dazzled America with your outstanding performance on the court and inspired leadership off the court", the California lawmakers wrote.

The entire exchange was just freakish, especially for what should just be a fun celebration on another very successful Warriors season.

This was unknown until Green brought attention to the incident during the parade, saying he told Thompson, "We ain't cut the same". "I said, 'Tristan, we ain't cut the same'".

She acknowledged it could be the family's last parade in Oakland, since the Warriors plan to move to San Francisco next year.

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