2017 NBA Championship Glow: Durant destroys OKC, Klay badly botches dunk, Curry models on beach
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June 25, 2017 Things are pretty good in Warriors-land right now. That is, if you don't count Klay's amazing missed dunk. by Bram Kincheloe@BramKincheloe Jun 25, 2017, 7:30am PDT.
Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Parade 2017: Live Updates, Highlights and Reaction
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June 15, 2017 Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Parade 2017: Live Updates, Highlights and Reaction. 3:00pm EDT Jun 15, 2017Oakland.
WATCH LIVE: Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Victory Parade
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June 15, 2017 The Golden State Warriors are NBA champions. And on Thursday, they celebrate their title in the streets of downtown Oakland.
Live updates: Warriors NBA championship parade
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June 15, 2017 Here are the insights and analysis from our reporters and others as the Golden State Warriors parade heads through Oakland, celebrating their second NBA championship in three years.
Warriors' NBA championship victory parade set for Thursday in Oakland
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June 13, 2017 OAKLAND - After a night of celebrating the Golden State Warriors latest NBA title, fans snapped up victory shirts and hats Tuesday, while Oakland crews were busy hanging championship banners along the parade route. The parade will take place Thursday ...
Warriors' NBA championship parade is set for Thursday, and here are the details
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June 13, 2017 The Golden State Warriors are NBA champions once again, and with the title comes another victory parade. It is set to start on Thursday morning in downtown Oakland.
Warriors' NBA championship parade through Oakland set for Thursday
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June 13, 2017 Warriors fans: It's time to throw a party. The Warriors and the city of Oakland will be hosting a parade on Thursday, June 15 to celebrate the team's second NBA title in three years.
The Golden State Warriors clinched the NBA championship with a lineup they had never used before
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June 13, 2017 Sensing the game slipping, Kerr gambled and sent Green back in for rookie Patrick McCaw. He had already shortened his rotation, keeping Ian Clark and JaVale McGee on the bench.
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