Warriors' Steph Curry Doesn't Think He'll Go on WH Victory Visit

The Cavs took the 2016 championship in seven games, beating the Warriors twice in Oracle Arena.

The Golden State Warriors held their NBA Finals victory parade Thursday, celebrating their second title in three years and the playoff run that sealed their reputation as one of the best teams ever.

We recently said - with good reason, mind you - that National Basketball Association fans shouldn't look at Instagram this time of year.

LeBron James, last year's Finals MVP, led the Cavaliers with 41 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists but it was not enough as the home team came out on top.

The first-time title victor scored 39 points as point guard Stephen Curry posted 34 at the Oracle Arena in Oakland.

There is no doubt the Warriors are a super team, with a roster that features Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant - both league MVPs - as well as Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.

Overall, the Warriors are 207-39 during Kerr's tenure as coach.

There aren't usually words for that kind of sacrifice, but Kevin Durant found just the right ones, when he gave his mom a tearful shoutout in his acceptance speech for the NBA's Most Valuable Player Award three years ago.

The first-ever NBA Finals trilogy is over, and the Golden State Warriors are NBA Champions again.

Green addressed the super team chatter while addressing the crowd just days after Cleveland's LeBron James - who played with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami - referenced that he had never played on a super team.

And if he and the rest of the Warriors have their way, for years to come. "No matter where they go, it's still in the Golden State". "He's had an unbelievable career, but he just took it to the next level", said Warriors head coach Steve Kerr. "And that's all you can ask".

The parade starts at 10 a.m.at Broadway and 11th Street in downtown.

But Thursday the city will make headlines for good news.

  • Julie Sanders