Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Parade 2017: Live Updates, Highlights and Reaction
The Warriors Championship Parade is wrapped. Scroll below for updates and highlights from the event.
- June 15, 2017
Watch the Parade Here!
You can watch the parade as it unfolds here or on NBA TV.
That's a Wrap!
The festivities have wrapped up in Oakland.
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Draymond Came Prepared!
Draymond just called out LeBron for saying he's never been on a superteam. And he came with some numbers, namely the draft positions of the Warriors' core guys compared to those of the Heatles.
Draymond Trying to Temper Expectations
First words out of Draymond's mouth were an attempt to squash some of the hype for his speech. "I was in a different place back then," he said of his 2015 speech.
Hearing from the Front Office Now
Fitz Is Introducing the Players Now!
Aaaand Draymond Fires Back...
Kerr on Having to Fit Kevin Durant in on the Warriors
The King Responds to Draymond!
Zaza on the Warriors' Team-first Mentality
Curry on the Blue Carpet
The Full Draymond Interview
Draymond on the Q
Another Classic Interview
Kevin Durant on Vindication
Klay Thompson on Having to "Sacrifice"
To the Stage!
What a Scene
Draymond Is Now Running on the Street
Draymond Has Ditched the Bus
Finals MVP Kevin Durant
Steph, Larry, and Family
The Real MVP
Mike Brown Is Living the Dream
Both the Cavs and Lakers are still paying their former coach, Mike Brown, who's now an assistant for the Warriors.
Two-Time MVP, Two-Time Champion
Zaza going old school.
Bay Area Legends
The parade features a bunch of buses. Each one has two players and loads of celebrities. Barry Bonds, Ricky Henderson, Dancing Mom, etc...
Draymond Still Getting Shots Up
Shades of Mad Max in Oakland Today
Bold Move, Sir
Now That's Team Spirit
Future Warriors fan on deck!
The players are launching plenty of tees into the crowd. That'd be a heck of a souvenir to come away with.
Larry's on His Way
The players are loaded into the top of a double-decker bus, soaking in all the love from the thousands in attendance.
And We're Off!
Clydesdales and trolleys and buses, oh my!
The Warriors only lost two games after Klay Thompson signed a toaster in February. Two games.