Curry isn't the only Warriors team member to speak out in opposition to Trump. However, just because Durant became their new superstar it doesn't mean that the Warriors plan on losing the heart and soul of their franchise.
The down-on-its-luck city that always seems to take a back seat to San Francisco will get a rare chance to sit back and celebrate itself Thursday in a parade and rally for the hometown Golden State Warriors and their second National Basketball Association championship in three years.
"But as a team we're going to have a conversation".
In the past, Curry and head coach Steve Kerr have both been vocal critics of the president. Not that it matters because no one is talking about Shaun Livingston and Andre Iguodala when they say the Warriors are a super team.
The Oklahoman writer also voiced the repetitive argument that Golden State had such a stacked team full of talent that it was only expected that they would win the title. Kawakami reports that Durant will likely sign another one-year deal (with a player option for a second season) with a 20-percent raise over this past season's salary.
So it's no surprise that the sense around the Warriors is that they would decline an invitation to the White House, if invited. The Dublin/Pleasanton, Pittsburg/Bay Point and El Cerrito del Norte stations were the busiest, they said.
Golden State cruised to its second championship ring thanks to Kevin Durant, who claimed Finals MVP honors after posting the most efficient scoring performance in Finals history.
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That incident saw Vettel penalised with a 10-second stop and go penalty for unsafe driving. " Nothing happened, did it? ". But luck was not on Hamilton's side when his protective head rest came loose and he was forced to pit.
In the three seasons since LeBron's return, the Cavs have made the Finals every year.
The Warriors sailed through the 2017 playoffs with an unprecedented 16-1 record - their only blemish coming in Cleveland in Game 4 of the Finals when the Cavaliers produced an all-time record shooting performance to win by 21 points.
Residents of Oakland, which lost one of its other beloved teams, the Raiders, to Las Vegas, are still reeling from a police scandal and mourning a fatal warehouse fire.
William and Rizal's father, Ray Cahambing, said it was unfortunate Oakland was losing the Warriors, "but the diehard fans" would make the trip across the Bay to San Francisco to see the team. Meanwhile, Klay Thompson threw T-shirts to fans and waved from the top of an open, double-decker bus.
The parade starts at 10 a.m.at Broadway and 11th Street in downtown. "No matter where they go, it's still in the Golden State".
But Thursday the city will make headlines for good news.
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