Golden State Warriors owner expects to sign Steve Kerr to contract extension

Golden State Warriors owner expects to sign Steve Kerr to contract extension

Golden State Warriors owner expects to sign Steve Kerr to contract extension

After setting an National Basketball Association record with 73 wins during the 2015-16 season, the Warriors infamously blew a 3-1 lead to the Cleveland Cavaliers to miss out on the title. This is a man who averaged a league-leading 36.9 minutes per game this season and carried his team to a Finals appearance that was anything but guaranteed.

But James said he was still focused on winning championships, something he achieved in 2016, but has struggled to continue to do in Cleveland. "Just knowing the work you put in paid off means something". Do his sons want to follow in his footsteps, and go to St. Vincent-St. "To finish it off with a sweep feels so good". He feared it would cause his Warriors to underachieve - which, for them, was anything short of another championship. "You've got two guys with MVPs on their team".

"We want a different outcome", Warriors guard Shaun Livingston said.

Golden State claimed the sixth crown in club history, matching the Chicago Bulls for third on the all-time list. As Steve Kerr alluded to after Game 4, when Curry recruited Durant in the Hamptons two years ago, there was no discussion about who would be winning MVP. But we'll get it done. "It was hard and it gets more and more difficult as you go through". There are other Eastern Conference teams on the rise, including Boston and Philadelphia, so James' days of ruling the conference with Cleveland are numbered, much like his days in a Cavaliers uniform.

One game at a time may be a sports cliche. "I let the emotions get the best of me".

"Pretty much played the last three games with a broken hand". James saw a referee call reversed against him and J.R. Smith forego a final shot with the score level, thinking the Cavs were ahead.

That the Cavaliers were competitive at all-or that they even made the finals-was down to their talismanic forward, LeBron James, who was nursing an injury for the past three games.

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Which team will LeBron James play for next season? James still shot 49% from the field over the last three games, but just 27% on three-point attempts with fewer than four attempts per game. But that Cavs team, which included Kyrie Irving, had a lot more going for it than this year's team.

LeBron James runs into an extended metaphor Friday against Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors during Game Four of the 2018 NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena on in Cleveland.

James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh worked out that they would play together in Miami in 2010.

"I hope he stays", Cavs coach Tyronn Lue said. On this road trip, I've already missed four of his games.

A majority of Curry's 37 points came from outside the 3-point arc.

"We just know how to win and we really appreciate what everyone brings to the table every single game" Curry said. "We've got to go out there and give everything we've got". "I knew that even if I wasn't feeling a hundred percent, I had to get back for the playoffs". Yet because of the talent involved, their 108-85 win and sweep of the Cavaliers came off as a formality. Yet Golden State won anyway with relative ease because Durant took over the game, accounting for nearly 40 percent of the Warriors' scoring output while also leading the team in rebounds (13) and assists (7). With his future in doubt, James left with 4:03 remaining to chants of "MVP, MVP".

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