NBA: Golden State Warriors title is celebrated by celebrities

NBA saw the Golden State Warriors win over the Boston Celtics and the great celebration of the sports personalities who were in the crowd

In the big NBA decision, the Golden State Warriors was the one who emerged victorious against the Boston Celtics this Thursday, 16th, and won his seventh title in the competition. Consolidating its superiority in the last games, the San Francisco team was supported by hundreds of fans, both those who were present in the gym and those from all over the world.

With the San Francisco franchise’s fourth title taken in the past eight years, the Warriors triumph and the MVP award that went to the team’s star, Stephen Curryhad repercussions among the sports celebrities, especially because the team won the trophy of the biggest basketball league in the world.

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Already an admirer of international basketball, shirt 10 of Brazilian Team, Neymar celebrated the conquest of the Golden State Warriors and praised the performance of Curry, who for the first time in his career was chosen as the best player in the finals of the NBA. Posting a picture of him with the trophy, the Brazilian tagged it on “Instagram”.

Another who also celebrated the feat of the San Francisco team was the pilot Lewis Hamilton gives mercedeswho praised the group of players. “Congratulations, Legends”, wrote under a picture of the players. Olympic multi-champion sprinter Usain Bolt celebrated the result against the Boston Celtics and highlighted the Golden State match. “It was a great victory”said.

NBA has Warrios victory praised by sports personalities (Credit: GettyImages)

true legends

Putting yet another NBA championship ring on their fingers, the Stephen Curry quartet, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson and the veteran Andre Iguodala conquered the fourth of their careers, reaching the same number of the great legends of the competition as the unforgettable Shaquille O’Neal, Robert Parish, Manu Ginóbili and also Tony Parker.

However, none of this would have been possible without the coach’s efforts. Steve Kerr. With five titles won when he was a Chicago Bulls and the link San Antonio Spurs, the current commander of the Warriors reached the nine rings of his career, but this number is considered adding up the achievements on the court and also on the bench.

In addition to the individual victories of each one, the triumph is also symbolic for the franchise as a whole, as the Golden State Warriors have now isolated themselves as the third team with the most titles in NBA history, with seven. In the last game, the team left behind none other than the Chicago Bulls in Michael Jordan, who had won six titles.


Source: sportbuzz

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