Camaraderie at Golden State Warriors is awesome, says Kevin Durant

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His loss at the hands of Golden State moved him to 3-5 in his eight trips to the finals.

"I wouldn't call it revenge", Iguodala said. 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 flawless time.

"I'm confident we'll have him back".

"Man, different team", Stephen Curry said, shooting down a question about the familiarity of the situation.

Even from six rows back, 9- and 10-year-old brothers William and Rizal Cahambing were not going to miss a chance to see their favorite Golden State Warriors player, Stephen Curry, as he rode atop a double-decker bus during Thursday's parade to celebrate the team's latest championship.

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Durant capped his spectacular first season with the Warriors by bringing home that coveted National Basketball Association championship he joined Golden State last July so determined to get, scoring 39 points in a fast-and-furious, Finals-clinching 129-120 victory over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 on Monday night.

His statement about Jordan is true who went 6/6, but not for Kobe (who was 5/7 losing once to Detroit in 2004 and to the Boston Celtics in 2008.) However, LeBron James is a meager 3/8 compared to those greats but undoubtedly the game has changed and evolved over the years.

"I ain't got to say nothing", Durant said, as if that was all he had to say. "So we knew this team was beatable, we knew we can play better, and [Game 4] is the result you get when we play at our best". "He's had an wonderful career, but he just took it to the next level", said Warriors head coach Steve Kerr. "So, this is the culmination of a year where they grew together and learned each other's games and got better and better all year, and it was just phenomenal to be part of".

The Warriors followed up their 2015 title by winning a record 73 regular-season games in the 2015-16 campaign, but stumbled with a 3-1 finals lead and fell victim to the greatest comeback in finals history by Cleveland. "But everything that we went through as a team, individually, as an organization makes this day so much sweeter". He was incredible all season long.

"I'm just so happy for Kevin [Durant]", Kerr said. Green said James had started the super team concept.

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