Curry and Durant want Warriors stay

Iggy has helped Golden State win the NBA Finals two of the past three years including winning Finals MVP during the 2014-15 championship run.

Even from six rows back, 9- and 10-year-old brothers William and Rizal Cahambing were not going to miss a chance to see their favorite Golden State Warriors player, Stephen Curry, as he rode atop a double-decker bus during Thursday's parade to celebrate the team's latest championship.

"I'm just excited to do something special", Curry said during the presentation of the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy on Monday in Oakland after his team beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.

It was the second parade in three seasons for the Warriors, who wrapped up their latest crown by finishing off a five-game victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday.

The Warriors are headed to San Francisco, where they broke ground this year on a new arena slated to open in 2019. In the absence of Tony Parker, Mills was catapulted into a starting role for the Spurs in their Western Conference Finals clash against Golden State. Every time the undermanned Spurs looked to challenge, Golden State was able to flick the switch and score heavily through Durant and Steph Curry - something they were also able to do easily during the Finals against Cleveland.

And if he and the rest of the Warriors have their way, for years to come.

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Earlier, Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob insisted the champions will fight tooth and nail to keep Curry and Durant.

The parade through downtown Oakland will follow the same route as the one celebrating the 2015 National Basketball Association title.

Warriors forward Draymond Green appeared to take some shots at the Cavs.

"We need to enjoy this to the fullest", star guard Stephen Curry told the crowd. In his lone season with the team, Durant said it's the selflessness that stands out to him.

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