Golden State Warriors Win NBA Finals:  Strength In Numbers 

Posted on June 17, 2015

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   The Golden State Warriors whipped LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers like they stole something with a score of 105-97 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals to win the 2015 title on Tuesday Night. It is the team’s first championship in four decades the franchise won in 1975.

Golden State’s Golden Kid Stephen Curry along with The Finals MVP Andre Iguodala led the way for the Warriors with 25 points scored by both of these men. Draymond Green has had better games, but contributed a 16 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists.
  Stephen Curry and Draymond Green celebrate their first championship.
The Golden State Warriors celebrate the team’s first championship since 1975.
Iguodala, who provided lock-down defense for the Warrriors, was awarded the NBA Finals MVP.
  Curry, who won the 2014-2015 season MVP, did not receive a single vote for finals MVP. But that didn’t seem to matter much to him after the game because as the Warriors theme has been throughout The Finals Strength In Numbers, which held true.  The guys stuck together and their bench stepped up greatly to help make this win possible.  The Warriors team effort in comparison to LeBron making it all about self proves there is on “I” in the word “Team” and his best player in the world comment.
“I’m in the family business and this is for the family,” said Curry, noting his father, Dell, played 16 years in the NBA, but never won a championship. Of course, there was a celebratory Curry family selfie too.
The Warriors are now one of just four teams in the league to win four championships.
 A more than obviously exhausted and mentally drained LeBron James managed pulled together 32 points, 18 rebounds and nine assists for the Cavaliers in Game 6. James recorded one of the most memorable finals performances in modern NBA history, even registering four votes for finals MVP despite his team losing he proved that he is one of the most amazing players in the game, but just did not have enough help to close the deal and bring home a win his first season back in Cleveland.

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