Curry, Durant committed to keeping Golden State on top

“We’re going to do whatever it takes to keep Steph here and happy”, said Warriors owner Joe Lacob, via ESPN.Green wore a T-shirt that read, “Quickie”, with the “Q” styled to mimic the logo on the Cavs’ Quicken Loans Arena, which is referred to as The Q. Green told NBC Bay Area that the shirt reflected the Warriors’ quick win over the Cavaliers.Last season, he appeared in 79 regular-season games for the eventual-champion Warriors en route to obviously starting each contest.For the second time in three years, the Cavaliers fell short of their goal of an NBA Championship against the Warriors, but despite Golden State having a younger roster with players in their primes, small forward LeBron James knows Cleveland will continue shaping the roster with the goal of competing for a title. He got off his bus and hopped and shouted as he gave high fives to the crowd.Finals MVP Kevin Durant was on a different bus with his mom. They were possibly the best team of all-time and certainly the best of the last 20 years.The Cleveland Cavaliers’ reign at the top of the National Basketball Association came to an end with a 129-120 loss to the Golden State Warriors in Game 5 of the 2017 Finals at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, Monday night.Warriors players on buses passed Cahambing and his family twirling T-shirts over their heads and waving to the crowd as blue and yellow confetti rained down.They went 15-1 in the postseason, with sweeps in the first three rounds before beating LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in five games in the finals. But every team has to do that to win a title.The parade starts at 10 a.m.at Broadway and 11th Street in downtown. Golden State forced them to overplay in help situations and completely bungle some switches. “And that’s all you can ask”. In fact, it would have been far worse than a year ago as the Cavaliers would have been the first team to come back from tan 0-3 in the NBA Finals.Residents of Oakland, which lost one of its other beloved teams, the Raiders, to Las Vegas, are still reeling from a police scandal and mourning a fatal warehouse fire.The Warriors made one of the great playoff runs of all time, ending with a win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday.So Thursday was a rare chance for the city to celebrate.