Warriors stars get up close to roaring crowd during parade

Sherman Parsons
June 13, 2018

Curry is holding the Larry O'Brien Trophy up in the air as dozens of cameras surround him.

We're not talking about Nick Young's eternal shirtless-ness, nor Draymond Green and the team's expert trolling of LeBron James.

He's never been to a Warriors game, but 14-month-old Lincoln is ready to go for his first championship parade.

Rather than expressing anger or exasperation, though, Green's version took smug satisfaction in his role in helping the Warriors win three titles in the past four years, all at the expense of the Cavs.

No, instead this had to do with back-to-back Finals MVP Kevin Durant and the unusual shots that were levied at him at the parade that he helped make happen.

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Oakland, California, mayor Libby Schaaf reacts during the championship parade in downtown Oakland.

The Golden State Warriors' 2015 championship trophy is carried in a vintage vehicle during the Golden State Warriors' victory parade on June 12 in Oakland, California.

Monday, Warriors general manager Bob Myers-the man who assembled this absurd roster-said the team will do whatever it takes to bring back K.D. He said the back-to-back Finals MVP could have "whatever he wants". During the Warriors' parade on Tuesday, Green shared his thoughts on Thompson.

James explained at the time that it was the only clean shirt he had left, but Green clearly wasn't buying it, especially after James then adorned a team Halloween party he hosted with jokes at the Warriors' expense.

Danielle A. Scruggs is a photo editor for The Undefeated.

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