'Jeopardy!' Roasts Kevin Durant For Joining Warriors Hours Before NBA Finals Win

Ruben Hill
June 26, 2017

"I ain't got nothin' to say", Durant said, trophy in hand. I'm not playing golf, I'm not playing tennis. I saw Durant play out there like the best player in the league, and it was truly a spectacle. They were possibly the best team of all-time and certainly the best of the last 20 years.

"I just tried to stay in the moment the whole series, and I think that worked for me", Durant said. "It's something we will be talking about for the rest of our lives".

The Cleveland Cavaliers' bid to defend their National Basketball Association championship ended in defeat Monday night, as the Golden State Warriors prevailed 129-120 to win the league championship series in five games.

Jerry West went 1-8 in the NBA Finals. Cleveland was fantastic; they earned it. After capturing the 2017 National Basketball Association championship on Monday, odds makers in Las Vegas gave them a historic price as a preseason favourite to once again hoist the Larry O'Brien Trophy in a year's time.

"I understand that", West told NBA TV's David Aldridge when reminded that he gave up a lot of money. I've been lucky in my career, this is seven: "five as a player and two as a coach", Kerr said. She came bounding over to him and grabbed him by his beard so she could pull his face to look at her. "Look at me!"

It all added up to Golden State's second championship in three years.

To win his first championship Durant had to go through the game's greatest player in Cavaliers forward LeBron James, who he defended for most of the five games.

After helping the Golden State Warriors win the 2017 NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday, the 28-year-old athlete squashed his alleged (and hilarious!) beef with the "Love on the Brain" singer. According to Sherman, the Cavs could narrow the gap with the Warriors if they were to pull off a Paul George trade over the summer. This is nice, man.

"Anything that makes me $50,000 richer is cool with me, bro", he said. "To be back here and bring gold Larry [O'Brien trophy] back home, I'm just excited to be a part of this group and accomplish something special".

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