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NBA players go crazy after the Golden State Warriors won the NBA championship against the Boston Celtics

NBA community wasn't afraid to share their appreciation for Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors for winning another NBA championship
NBA players react to the Golden State Warriors winning another NBA title

It didn't take long for the rest of the NBA community to share their appreciation and respect for the Warriors

The Golden State Warriors are once again NBA champions after beating the Boston Celtics in Game 6, winning their fourth title in a span of six years. Behind a dominant 34-point performance from their leader Stephen Curry and great overall team play, the Warriors showcased they are a true NBA dynasty. 

NBA players are excited about the Warriors winning the title

It didn't take long for the rest of the NBA community to share their appreciation and respect for the Warriors and everything they achieved this season. Many players believe this championship brings Stephen Curry closer to Mount Rushmore while cementing his legacy as one of the greatest players in the history of the NBA. Curry also won the Finals MVP award for his strong performances in this NBA Finals. 

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