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Published: Sat, June 17, 2017
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant look to build a Warriors dynasty

Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant look to build a Warriors dynasty

After helping the Golden State Warriors win the 2017 NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday, the 28-year-old athlete squashed his alleged (and hilarious!) beef with the "Love on the Brain" singer. Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant reacts after scoring against the Cleveland Cavaliers during the second half of Game 5 of basketball's NBA Finals in Oakland, Calif., Monday, June 12, 2017. While fans in the audience chanted "say you're sorry!" at Smith, he conceded and offered a good-hearted "I'm sorry" to Wanda while she smiled and laughed. "So, to have a beer right now and come talk to you guys, it feels great".

"And when Steph turned that corner, I think it was after Christmas Day, when he turned that corner, we became nearly unbeatable".

General Manager Bob Myers, who helped assemble the Warriors lineup after the franchise spent years as the league's laughing stock, and savvy owner Joe Lacob fill out the rest of the team.

That is because the Warriors boast an intimidating starting lineup featuring four All-Stars in their 20s who are likely to be with the team for years to come.

Toward the end, Durant caught himself, saying, "I'm talking too much at this point". But when asked about his source by Voactiv, Brown said he based his tweet on this one by Mike Sington, former director of operations at Universal Studios.

Warriors finished the 2015-16 regular season with a 73-9 record, eclipsing the previous mark (72-10) set by Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls during the 1995-96 season. After all, the teams collectively wrote the rules of the game the Warriors are playing so well.

The NBA's new collective bargaining agreement, which will start July 1, could help Golden State keep its superteam together for the next six years, according to SB Nation's Tom Ziller.

But after delivering a Finals MVP performance in a 4-1 series win against the Cavaliers completed Monday night at Oracle Arena, feelings spilled out at his lengthy press conference.

The second National Basketball Association championship feels drastically different for Curry, because this one was a comeback from a heartbreaking missed opportunity past year against James and the Cavaliers when the Warriors knew they should have won it all but squandered a 3-1 lead.

"I'm just happy for him". Coach Steve Kerr also has been outspoken about issues with Trump. "He was incredible all season long".

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