Star man Curry soon became the main attraction after standing atop the main bus and holding aloft the gleaming Larry O'Brien trophy, to the sound of rapturous applause.
As one city celebrated a historic sports win 26 years in the making, over on the West Coast, Oakland, California, threw a victory parade for the second year in a row (and the overall third in four years) for the Golden State Warriors, who seem to be untouchable and unbeatable at this point. Following Cleveland's upset of Golden State in the 2016 Finals, James was spotted exiting his team's flight home in a T-shirt that ostensibly paid homage to the former WWE wrestler The Ultimate Warrior.
The Golden State Warriors may have no interest in visiting the White House or President Donald Trump, but there are other lawmakers in Washington eager to celebrate the National Basketball Association champions.
'I'm just excited to be here with these guys. Even coach Steve Kerr joined in on the fun and walked up to fans to sign autographs.
James explained at the time that it was the only clean shirt he had left, but Green clearly wasn't buying it, especially after James then adorned a team Halloween party he hosted with jokes at the Warriors' expense. "I said, 'Tristan, we ain't cut the same'".
The fact of the matter is, we just cut from a different cloth.
Before sitting down with Kevin Durant on Monday to get his take on LeBron's next move, Kimmel revealed that he had sent his crew to Oakland for the first two games of the championship series specifically to mess with fans.