Warriors strangely roast Kevin Durant at championship parade

Warriors strangely roast Kevin Durant at championship parade

Warriors strangely roast Kevin Durant at championship parade

Golden State Warriors center Jordan Bell celebrates with fans during the championship parade in downtown Oakland, California.

Star man Curry soon became the main attraction after standing atop the main bus and holding aloft the gleaming Larry O'Brien trophy, to the sound of rapturous applause.

The Warriors' Draymond Green and Cavaliers' Tristan Thompson exchanged beef throughout the NBA Finals.

The team-friendly deal allowed Golden State to keep some of its role players - like Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston - which helped propel them to their second-straight NBA Championship, their third in four years.

But the Warriors are back-to-back champs, and they swept Cleveland in the Finals, so they can really say what they want until a team steps up to take them down.

'I'm just excited to be here with these guys. Regardless, it just adds to the lore of the Warriors-Cavs rivalry, which could be coming to an end soon with the departure of James in free agency.

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"Mid-level", Steve Kerr playfully butted in. A group of Warriors fans from Vallejo have been waiting since 6:30 a.m., ready to celebrate.

This was unknown until Green brought attention to the incident during the parade, saying he told Thompson, "We ain't cut the same".

"I'm gonna stand in front of KD", Fitzgerald said.

The back-to-back champions plan to move to San Francisco next year.

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.

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