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Finals MVP Durant celebrates with fans outside Oracle Arena

16 Juin 2017

Fans hold up a banner during the second half in Game 5 of the 2017 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers at ORACLE Arena on June 12, 2017 in Oakland, California.

The NBA trade rumors connecting Paul George to the Cleveland Cavaliers are heating up in the wake of Cleveland's loss in the NBA Finals, with reports that Kevin Love may be headed to in to give the Cavs the missing piece needed to beat the Golden State Warriors. But there were really two MVPs.

Police issued more than 40 citations and towed at least 30 cars that were driving recklessly on city streets following the win, according to Oakland police spokeswoman Johnna Watson. And are we certain that if Durant wasn't with the Warriors they would make it to the Finals?

"He'll probably be back in the gym the start of July getting ready for next season, so I've probably got to beat him to the gym", Durant said. "And so I don't know as far as me personally right now". She felt that Smith was being unfairly hyperbolic about Durant's move to Golden State, and her honest response to Smith softened the ESPN personality. As a young single mom, she worked the overnight shift at a post office outside Washington, D.C., struggling to provide for him and his older brother, Tony Durant. Back in February, guard Shaun Livingston was asked about visiting the White House, but he told a local radio station, "I definitely wouldn't go".

"Where did you find that strength, though?" "Pretty much all their big-name guys are in their 20s and they don't show any signs of slowing down".

You have to admire Stephen Curry, who won the league MVP in both 2014-15 and 2015-16.

"We haven't even gotten that far and all those reports are false", Kerr said. That's not going to happen. You sacrificed for us. This season was the Kevin Durant season. The Warriors won 129-120 to win the National Basketball Association championship. Nothing. It's over. My son said it last night. "Today is about celebrating", said Raymond Ridder, the Warriors' vice president of communications, in an interview with FOX Business.