They are apparent references to James' reign as the dominant player in the National Basketball Association ending, now that Kevin Durant is on the Warriors and their team is set up to potentially win multiple championships.
BART trains carried 548,076 riders during the 2015 victory parade, second only to the 586,061 who rode BART during the San Francisco Giants' 2012 World Series parade.
"But obviously, as a team, we're going to have a conversation", Curry said. NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant rode on a different bus with his mom. LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers didn't have enough despite the Akron native's excellent Finals performance. He described himself as a Warriors fan since elementary school.
While the Warriors haven't formally met to discuss whether they will visit President Donald Trump's White House as is customary for championship teams, Curry said his mind hasn't changed from when he was asked earlier this year about the possibility.
"I was expecting more", coach Steve Kerr told KTVU-TV, joking about the size of the crowd. The Warriors made one of the great playoff runs of all time.
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While Game 4 was an incredible feat for Cleveland - they set an NBA Finals record for 3-pointers made at 24 - Game 5 was often embarrassing for the Cavaliers on defense.
It will start at 10 a.m.at Broadway and 11th Street, wind through downtown streets and end with a procession to the Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center on Lake Merritt.
"All the pieces that we have are important to the equation of winning a championship and competing for a championship every single year".
They are called the Golden State Warriors, but they don't belong to all of California.
Residents of Oakland, which lost one of its other beloved teams, the Raiders, to Las Vegas, are still reeling from a police scandal and mourning a fatal warehouse fire.
But Thursday the city will make headlines for good news.