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Relive the Parade

The 2017 Champs celebrated with the Bay Area at a parade and rally on Thursday, June 15. Dub Nation certainly showed its Strength in Numbers with 1.5 million people in attendance.

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Road to a Championship

Take a look back at some of the top moments of the Dubs' postseason run to the 2017 NBA Championship.

Strength in Numbers: Brotherhood

Of course talent helps, but one of the key ingredients for the Warriors' success over the last few years has been a team chemistry that emphasizes selflessness and fun on and off the court.

What a Season

KD's Arrival

Kevin Durant provided the ground-shaking moment of the NBA offseason when he announced he was signing with the Warriors as a free agent.

July 4

Steph's 13 3-Pointers

Three days after seeing his NBA-record streak of 157-straight games with at least one three-pointer come to an end, Curry broke another league record with 13 3-pointers in a 116-106 win over the Pelicans. Curry would finish the season with a league-leading 324 made 3-pointers, ranking second all-time for single-season 3-pointers behind his 402 treys made in the 2015-16 season.

Nov 7

Dishin' & Scorin'

The Warriors had a season-high 47 assists in a 149-106 win over the Lakers at Oracle Arena. The Dubs would lead the NBA in scoring (115.9 ppg) and assists (30.4 apg), and their 50 games with at least 30 assists were the most since the 1984-85 Lakers.

Nov 23

Draymond's Denials

Draymond Green preserved a 105-100 Warriors win over the Hawks by blocking a pair of shots in the final minute. Green tallied four blocks in the game, and his closing sequence marks one of several reasons why he is a finalist for the Kia Defensive Player of the Year award.

Nov 28

Klay 60

Klay Thompson caught fire to the tune of 60 points in a 142-106 Dubs victory over the Pacers. The sharp-shooting guard went 21-of-33 shooting from the field, 8-of-14 from three-point land and 10-of-11 from the free throw line, all in just 29 minutes of play. In doing so, Thompson became the first player in NBA history to score 60-or-more points in fewer than 30 minutes of playing time.

Dec 5

Stealing a Victory

The Dubs tallied a season-high 19 steals and overcame a 16-point halftime deficit in a 117-101 win in Brooklyn. The Warriors led the NBA with 9.0 steals per game, greatly contributing to the league-leading 22.0 fast break points per game.

Dec 22

Durant Dominates

Kevin Durant scored a season-high 40 points on 13-for-16 shooting in a 121-100 home win over the Thunder. Durant shot 13-of-16 from the field, 5-of-7 from three-point range and 9-of-10 from the free throw line and notched a double-double with 12 rebounds and four assists in his second game against his former team. I don't think anybody's more efficient,” said Steve Kerr following the game. “He doesn't need the ball and he still scores big numbers."

Jan 18

Dubs Clobber the Clips

The Warriors won 21 games during the regular season by a margin of 20 or more points, which led the league. Nine of those games were 30-point wins, and three of them were 40-point victories, including a 144-98 runaway home win over the Los Angeles Clippers. Stephen Curry converted a halfcourt buzzer-beater before scoring 25 of his game-high 43 points in the third quarter of Golden State's largest margin of victory this season. That was the last of the Warriors' three 40-point wins during the regular season, which tied an NBA record.

Jan 28

All-Star Squad

Kevin Durant notched a triple-double with 21 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists and Stephen Curry added 21 points and six dimes, while Klay Thompson and Draymond Green combined for 14 points, nine rebounds and 11 assists off the bench as the West beat the East, 192-182, in the highest scoring All-Star Game of all time. Steve Kerr and the Warriors staff served as coaches for the West, and the Dubs' four All-Star players marked the eighth time in league history that one team had four All-Stars.

Feb 19

Talkin' Playoffs

The Warriors secured a playoff spot with a 112-95 victory over Brooklyn. The Warriors were the first team to clinch a playoff spot, and it was their second straight season in which they did so in February.

Feb 25

Iguodala Comes Up Big

A finalist for the Kia NBA Sixth Man Award, Andre Iguodala helped the Dubs overcome a 15-point deficit in a 115-111 victory in Atlanta. Iguodala scored a season-high 24 points on 6-of-8 shooting, including 4-for-6 on 3-pointers, to lead the Dubs in scoring. The super sub also tallied five rebounds, four assists and three steals while not issuing a single turnover. Among all qualifying players, Iguodala would go on to lead the NBA with a 4.50 assist-to-turnover ratio during the regular season.

Mar 6

Clinch the Division

The Dubs secured their third straight division title almost four full weeks before the season came to an end.

Mar 16

Mr. 200

The Dubs' 113-106 win in Houston marked the 200th regular season victory for Head Coach Steve Kerr. It took Kerr 238 games at the helm to reach the 200-win milestone, making him the fastest coach to reach the 200-win milestone in professional sports history. The previous record of 200 wins in 270 regular-season games coached was held by Phil Jackson.

Mar 28

Comeback Kids

In what turned out to be a preview of the Western Conference Finals matchup, the Warriors recovered from a 22-point deficit and beat the Spurs 110-98 in San Antonio. The victory marked the Dubs' fourth 20-point comeback win over the last three seasons.

Mar 29

Building Blocks

JaVale McGee had a season-high five blocks and the Dubs matched their season-high with 14 denials in a 107-98 win over the Rockets at Oracle Arena. The Dubs would lead the NBA with 6.8 blocks per game.

Mar 31

Top of the Class

Stephen Curry had 42 points and 11 assists as the Warriors picked up a 120-111 victory in Phoenix. The win clinched the number one seed in the West, and it also guaranteed that the Dubs would finish the regular season with the best record in the NBA for the third straight season. The Dubs would go on to finish with a 67-15 record, becoming the first team in league history to have at least 65 wins in three straight seasons.

Apr 5

Going Streaking

The Warriors beat the Pelicans 123-101 for their 14th straight victory, which marked the longest regular season winning streak in the NBA in the 2016-17 campaign. The Dubs join the Philadelphia 76ers (1980-81 - 1982-83) as the only teams in NBA history to have multiple 10-plus game winning streaks in three consecutive seasons.

Apr 8

All-NBA Trio

The Warriors were the only team in the league this season with multiple players named to the 2016-17 All-NBA Team. Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant earned Second Team honors, and Draymond Green garnered Third Team accolades, marking the second-straight year and third time in franchise history Golden State had a trio of players named to the All-NBA Team in the same season.

May 18

Pack the House

Game 2 of the NBA Finals marked the Warriors' 238th consecutive sellout at Oracle Arena (regular season and playoffs). The sellout streak dates back to December 18, 2012.

Jun 4

Kerr's Return

After missing 11 games due to illness, Head Coach Steve Kerr returned to the sidelines for Game 2 of the NBA Finals.

Jun 4

Warriors Win NBA Title

The Warriors captured their second NBA Championship in the last three seasons with their Game 5 victory at home. The Dubs went 16-1 in the postseason for the best playoff record in a single NBA postseason.

Jun 12

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Produced by

Joe Lacob

Peter Guber

Managed by

Bob Myers

Kirk Lacob

Larry Harris


Coached by

Steve Kerr

Mike Brown

Jarron Collins

Bruce Fraser

Willie Green

Chris DeMarco

Won by

Matt Barnes

Ian Clark

Stephen Curry

Kevin Durant

Draymond Green

Andre Iguodala

Damian Jones

Shaun Livingston

Kevon Looney

James Michael McAdoo

Patrick McCaw

JaVale McGee

Zaza Pachulia

Klay Thompson

David West