Dub Nation Celebrates With Another Warriors Championship Parade

Dub Nation Celebrates With Another Warriors Championship Parade

Dub Nation Celebrates With Another Warriors Championship Parade

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.

We're not talking about Nick Young's eternal shirtless-ness, nor Draymond Green and the team's expert trolling of LeBron James. Still, Durant made it clear he has no designs on leaving Golden State.

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry holds up the Larry O'Brien NBA Championship Trophy during the championship parade in downtown Oakland, California.

"Sometimes you don't negotiate".

Early numbers analysis from KQED transportation reporter Dan Brekke: "Even if today's ridership tracks 5 percent below past year, it would still make BART's Top 10 (right around No. 7, I think)".

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On Monday, Warriors GM Bob Myers said he's willing to give Durant "whatever he wants" in upcoming contract re-negotiations, with Durant expected to opt out of his current deal and become a free agent. Kevin Durant, look what he did for us a year ago, he did us a great service, so he's earned the right to sign whatever deal he wants. Regardless, it just adds to the lore of the Warriors-Cavs rivalry, which could be coming to an end soon with the departure of James in free agency.

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.

Fans wait for the parade to start in honor of the Golden State Warriors on June 12 in Oakland, California, to celebrate the team's National Basketball Association championship. "I said, 'Tristan, we ain't cut the same'".

As last year's "burner" Twitter account incident showed, Durant doesn't just let words wash over him.

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