Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Sport | By Patty Hardy

Draymond Green takes jab at Tristan Thompson during Warriors parade

Draymond Green takes jab at Tristan Thompson during Warriors parade

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. "I just want him to sign a deal". For this championship celebration in downtown Oakland on Tuesday, the rally was held before the parade in a tamer atmosphere, away from most of the fans and before a bulk of the liquor was consumed.

"We never really imagined that we would be having one parade, let alone two and now three", Curry said during a short live interview before the parade started.

As one city celebrated a historic sports win 26 years in the making, over on the West Coast, Oakland, California, threw a victory parade for the second year in a row (and the overall third in four years) for the Golden State Warriors, who seem to be untouchable and unbeatable at this point. "Our fans are awesome!"

Young, also just in shorts during a very warm afternoon, ran up and down the street, giving fans high-fives.

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

But Myers walked back his claim at the Warriors championship parade by making an odd joke on stage at Durant's expense. Still, Durant made it clear he has no designs on leaving Golden State.

Teenager Adriana Carnecer of San Francisco says she is a lifelong fan and is excited the team will be closer to home.

On the Warriors being dubbed a dynasty, the 15-year-old said "it's the start of something that's going to be greater than it already is".

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