Camaraderie at Golden State Warriors is unbelievable, says Kevin Durant

Postado Junho 20, 2017

We were the most disciplined team all year, we preached teamwork and togetherness all season, and it's hard to do that with a bunch of egos in the league, and we peaked at the ideal time.

Wanda interrupted a live TV interview with KD to tell her son just how proud of him she was in an emotional moment for everyone watching.

"First of all, if everybody wanted Steph, he would have been the No. 1 pick", Durant said.

While it was a huge win for the Warriors - it's the franchise's fifth championship win and second since 1975 - it was arguably an even more meaningful win for Nike athlete and Finals MVP Kevin Durant. Superteam? No, we just work extremely well together.

"I'm sure as a team we're gonna have a conversation (about a potential visit)", he said. He faced extremely tough opponents, including the 73-win #Golden State Warriors, and the Warriors with Kevin Durant.

Golden State beat Cleveland in the 2015 Finals only to lose to them a year ago, squandering a 3-1 series lead.

". As we go into the talks and this whole process, which is obviously new for me, I will approach it to get the most out of it I can as an individual, as a player, and something that I've been working for for a very long time".

For the third year in succession, the two teams met in the Finals, but after going 3-0 down this time around, Cleveland were only able to pull one game back before the Warriors secured the trophy in game five.

Lebron James has had to take a lot of criticism in his career and did so in a big way when he moved to the Miami Heat to form what was known as "the big three".

The second National Basketball Association championship feels drastically different for Curry, because this one was a comeback from a heartbreaking missed opportunity previous year against James and the Cavaliers when the Warriors knew they should have won it all but squandered a 3-1 lead.

Golden State became the first team to score at least 100 points in every game of the playoffs, and Curry was clearly delighted when he joined NBA TV for his postgame chat with a cigar.

These are the first Finals where four players averaged scoring 25 points per game. "Steve will be our coach".

This was Durant's second Finals appearance. The Warriors won 129-120 to. Congrats also to the Warriors on winning 2 NBA Titles in 3 years!