Curry is holding the Larry O'Brien Trophy up in the air as dozens of cameras surround him.
Championship parades are among the happiest experiences athletes can have, except that Draymond Green is never so happy as when he's getting under a rival's skin.
Elsewhere during the parade, Stephen Curry broke free from security personnel to run toward the crowd and get sprayed with champagne, while Kevin Durant appeared to have great difficulty popping a bottle of bubbly.
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Monday, Warriors general manager Bob Myers-the man who assembled this absurd roster-said the team will do whatever it takes to bring back K.D. He said the back-to-back Finals MVP could have "whatever he wants".
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.
However, on Tuesday, during the parade, Myers' tune seemed to change. Even coach Steve Kerr joined in on the fun and walked up to fans to sign autographs. A group of Warriors fans from Vallejo have been waiting since 6:30 a.m., ready to celebrate.
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During the parade, Green said he and Tristan Thompson, the Cleveland forward who was ejected from Game 1 of the Finals for shoving a ball into the former's face, weren't "cut from the same cloth". "I said, 'Tristan, we ain't cut the same'".
No, instead this had to do with back-to-back Finals MVP Kevin Durant and the unusual shots that were levied at him at the parade that he helped make happen.
She acknowledged it could be the family's last parade in Oakland, since the Warriors plan to move to San Francisco next year.
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