"We had a moment".
Golden State have no time to rest after dethroning the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals for the second title in three seasons, with Durant and Curry set to become free agents. So it's reasonable to expect James to populate the trophy case at Quicken Loans Arena.
"Quickie", Green said while he addressed the crowd. "It definitely was a Quickie".
After dropping last year's title to Cleveland making the greatest comeback in NBA Finals history from a 3-1 deficit, the Warriors vowed not to stumble again. But like I said, we'll all figure something out. "This is the best job in the world".
The win provided redemption for the Warriors, who brought Kevin Durant over from the Oklahoma City Thunder last offseason to bolster their already high-powered offense. Super teams have formed, championships have been won and the league has changed its entire identity during Silver's tenure. Signing Curry to an extension early in his career allowed them the flexibility to keep their nucleus together with key role players. "Thank you for the support".
Money and egos aside, the Warriors blended beautifully from the day Durant first walked into team headquarters. For three years in the regular season, 67-73-67, the Warriors are the best ever.
"It's a special team, a special group", Durant said on Wednesday. "Going through this year was so much fun". In Game 5 on Monday, Lebron James or Kyrie Irving or J.R. Smith would hit a big shot and the Cavaliers would believe they had a chance.
I think that the first two games we talked about a year ago, you can go over all the shootarounds the walkthroughs you want to go through, but until you actually get on the floor and play against this team, it's tough.
"I'm sure as a team we're gonna have a conversation (about a potential visit)", he said. "I'm confident we'll have him back". "No matter where they go, it's still in the Golden State".
This is the Warriors' fifth National Basketball Association title in franchise history and its second in three years.
In San Francisco, people hung out of cars waving blue and gold flags.
Regardless the team is hoping to be celebrating another title next June.
Owner Joe Lacob will be pulling out his pocketbook to potentially give Curry a $200 million deal.