The return of Riley Curry!
Kevin Durant got his big break after he was picked by SeatleSuperSonics as their second overall draft pick in 2007 and was greatly criticized for moving to Golden State Warriors last season. Fans and critics on Twitter are going off about the news, which came shortly after the team won its second championship in three years. "I might call him and say, 'If they ask, just say our schedules conflicted.' And then if y'all write something, we'll say, 'Fake News'".
These were the Warriors' finals to lose as they have been the league's favorite all year to win the championship.
Congrats to the Currys and the Warriors!
NBA fans knew all season that two "super-teams" were going to meet in the NBA Finals, but after they did no one on those teams seems to want to own that "super" monicker.
"I'm sure as a team we're gonna have a conversation (about a potential visit)", he said.
"Give everyone credit. We didn't have a No. 1 (overall) draft pick", Green said, his words clearly directed toward James.
The reports did not specifically cite President Trump as a reason, but Warriors coach Steve Kerr and star Stephen Curry have been particularly critical of Trump since the election. In all honestly, we had Ekpe for a year and half and I felt 'Hey, I made a mistake with this one. They went 15-1 in the postseason, with sweeps in the first three rounds before beating LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in five games in the finals.
"I think I answered I wouldn't (go), and I still feel like that today", Curry said Wednesday. Every time the undermanned Spurs looked to challenge, Golden State was able to flick the switch and score heavily through Durant and Steph Curry - something they were also able to do easily during the Finals against Cleveland.
"I agree with that description", Curry said, "if you remove the 'et'". Draymond, nobody wanted him. "We lost. Obviously, there's some positive things that you could take from it, but there's nothing to easily digest or anything like that".