This Is How the Warriors Won the 2018 NBA Championship

This Is How the Warriors Won the 2018 NBA Championship

This Is How the Warriors Won the 2018 NBA Championship

"I think it's more that "we have to figure this out", it's not like anybody is pointing the finger or blaming one another". "We want to do this thing again". Look at how overmatched the Cavaliers looked against the Warriors the last two years, or how the possible dynasty in Miami died on the vine in 2014 because of a lack of solid role players to surround LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and Dwayne Wade.

Kevin Durant already said he'd be re-signing with the Warriors sometime this summer, but even with that vow in hand, the National Basketball Association champions are prepared to give him whatever he wants. Colin Cowherd, for one, believes Boston will "dethrone" the Golden State Warriors, who just won their third title in four seasons. "And I feel like these guys embraced me and I feel like I'm a Warrior".

Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry (30) celebrates after defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 4 of the NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, on Friday, June 8, 2018.

However, the defending champions, spearheaded by former MVP Kevin Durant, overcame a scare from the Rockets during the Western Conference Finals to reach their fourth-straight NBA Finals - albeit in less bedazzling fashion than spectators in the NBA had come to expect.

"My responsibility is to whatever team I play for". It felt to me like the whole year we were just trying to get to the playoffs and that's not a very healthy way to do it, but we didn't have much choice.

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

"I'm sure if you're around our players and talk to them, they make no bones about it, they love playing for him and they love going through this journey with him", Myers said of Kerr. Their ultimate goal was to get "clicking like Golden State" when it mattered most: the postseason. "I know they're going to view it as a flawless career no matter what".

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