“Durant” wins a ring with a team that didn’t need him

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Kevin Durant scores 39 points and named MVP of the 2017 NBA finals. Stephen Curry added 34 points and Andre Iguodala came off the bench to score 20, as the Golden State Warriors win their second NBA title in the last three years by beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 129-120

Winning an NBA ring has to be one of the biggest achievements that an NBA bigger can achieve.  However, it’s hard to believe that Kevin Durant can sleep well at night, knowing that he abandon his former team (Oklahoma City Thunder) to join a team that came back from a 3-1 hole, to beat him and his former team in seven games last season. I literary wanted to throw up after watching Durant’s mother jumping up and down after the game, shouting “you did it, you did it” because the truth of the matter is, it’s not hard winning an NBA championship if you play for the Golden State Warriors, just ask Kevon Looney.

Lebron James scored 41 points, Kyrie Irving added 26 and Jr Smith came off the bench to add 25, for the Cavaliers.