"Y'all been riding with me and it feels good to see it come full circle", he told reporters from Oracle Arena where the Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 129-120 in game 5 of the NBA Finals.
The Warriors' victory on Monday night peaked with 29.5 million viewers and was an increase of 20 percent from the 20.9 million who watched Game 5 past year.
The Golden State Warriors have now won two National Basketball Association titles in the last three seasons while starting point guard Stephen Curry has obviously remained at the center of the franchise's recent stretch of success.
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"If in fact it's correct that the president is being investigated, he's being investigated for taking an action that an agency told him to take".
"Somebody asked me about it a couple months ago, a hypothetical, if a championship were to happen, what would I do", Curry said. They brought in Kevin Durant, one of the best three players in the league who was also hungry for a championship.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr is a noted critic of Trump and his policies. He averaged 35 points a game as the Golden State Warriors clobbered the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The victory also served as a validation for the city of Oakland itself, which will lose both the Warriors and the Oakland Raiders football team in the next few years. When Cleveland signed him a second time in April 2013, Brown inked a five-year contract reportedly worth $20 million, part of which was guaranteed.
"I knew it was going to be a battle I just tried to challenge him - you can't stop the guy".
Normally the lead dog for Golden State, Curry happily played second-fiddle to Durant at times this series. "And when Steph turned that corner, I think it was after Christmas Day, when he turned that corner, we became nearly unbeatable".