Stephen Curry shows love to Warriors arena employees during championsip parade
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Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry showed love to everyone who is a part of the Warriors organization during the pre-parade rally. On Monday, the Warriors held a championship parade in Bay Area. "We represent you guys," Curry told the small crowd made up of team and arena employees at the pre-parade rally, as quoted on ESPN "The life that you give us, the inspiration, all those things matter.
That's what it's all about. Entertaining you guys, giving you something to cheer for, be passionate about. It's giving us the platform to go do things that haven't been done before in history and representing the entire Bay Area in the process.
We're back, having a parade in San Francisco, so let's go do it."
The Warriors made five consecutive NBA Finals between 2015 and 2019.
During those five years, the Warriors won three titles. After two very challenging seasons, the Warriors returned to the playoffs this year.
Once again, Curry was exceptional in the postseason and now he is a four-time NBA champion. Curry came up absolutely big in the NBA Finals versus the Boston Celtics and he was named the NBA Finals MVP. After winning the NBA title, Curry admitted this year's championships "hits different."
Curry and veteran company still have the game
Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson now all have four rings.
Curry, Green and Thompson delivered once again in the postseason but the help of Andrew Wiggins and Jordan Poole can't be overlooked. Speaking on this year's NBA title, Green said he was especially happy for those who have won their first title.
"What brings me the most joy is seeing the guys who won it the first time," Green said. "In your journey, you always want that first-time feeling back. The reality is you never get it again, and the only way to get it again is to feel it through Andrew Wiggins, Jordan Poole, Otto Porter, Beli, Moses, GP, you feel it through those guys and that's how you get that sensation again." Before the season started, Green warned the NBA not to let the Warriors win it.
The Warriors did win the NBA title and Green has been trash talking ever since the victory. "This has been an amazing year," Green said. "I told y'all, don't let us win a f---ing championship, and clearly, nobody could stop it."