It’s been a long time since the Bay Area facilitated a title march. In any case, neither the city, nor the Warriors, failed to remember how to take at the time.
Stephen Curry bounced on top of a balustrade at a Muni train station stop. What’s more, he began raising a ruckus around town that was close to him.
“M-V-P!” drones reverberated from each course, as blue and gold confetti poured down from the sky.
Ayesha Curry pointed at a sign that read “Ayesha can cook,” . Prior to popping a jug of champagne and showering it down on her significant other. That propelled Curry and Damion Lee. They to make a room in the group and pop their own jug, showering the fans that remained in their way.
“We address you all,” Curry told the little group comprised of group and field workers at the pre-march rally. “The existence that you give us, the motivation, everything matter. That is what’s truly going on with it. Engaging you folks, giving you something to root for, be enthusiastic about. It’s giving us the stage to go get things done. That haven’t been finished before in history and addressing the whole Bay Area all the while. We’re back, having a procession in San Francisco, so we should go make it happen.”