Brilliant State Warriors' Big Three say NBA title feels 'different' subsequent to managing past disappointments
As soon as the NBA Finals between the Warriors and the Celtics
Last second slows down in Game 6, Stephen Curry leans on benchmarks
and clenched his head into his fist.
On the focus court, Klay Thompson and Jordan Poole share a long hug.
On the left side of the court, Drummond Green and Andre Iguodala
Traded a few high-fives before embracing.
Brilliant State on Thursday with a 103-90 win for eight years
He was very close to securing his fourth NBA title in more time.
For Curry, Greene and Thompson the other sentiments are not new after a title win.
Whatever the case, this title, this second one, felt unique.
Curry said, "It's definitely unique because we started in 2019
That's done three years' worth of stuff to be in Game 6."
"I can say it now, I have a number of those groups.
Not the most hazy thoughts that can tell
that as long as we have with the groups of the past
Now we have assumptions to take apart and this once
Then make it into a mountain range."