According to NBA.com, the parade will not conclude with a rally as they have done in previous years. But I want him to be happy and want him to know that we want him as long as he wants to be here.
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.
In this case, we're more than likely heading toward a familiar answer.
JaVale McGee, Nick Young and Jordan Bell posed for photographs and also mingled with fans, even hugging some of them, energizing the pumped up crowd.
'I'm just excited to be here with these guys.
"Mid-level", coach Steve Kerr chimed in. "Our fans are wonderful!"
Melissa Marzan, 25, of Santa Cruz said she doesn't take the Warriors' winning streak for granted.
He's never been to a Warriors game, but 14-month-old Lincoln is ready to go for his first championship parade.
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. "Not going to want to travel over the bridge to see them, but we will". The Dubs look like an emerging dynasty after capping off the greatest four-year stretch in National Basketball Association history, and barring a next, next chapter for Kevin Durant this summer, they're probably going to be looking at the greatest five-year stretch in National Basketball Association history about 12 months from now.