This may just be the beginning. Sheldon Glasgow, who has been living in Oakland for 10 years, said he wasn't angry the Warriors were moving. Now eligible for a five-year, $205 million maximum extension with the Warriors, he'll be a free agent this summer.
Kevin Durant holds up his MVP trophy.
The Warriors have not issued an official comment on the decision.
The House minority leader, Nancy Pelosi, has invited the Golden State Warriors to visit the Capitol amid speculation the newly crowned National Basketball Association champions may skip the traditional White House visit.
Salman sympathizes to Army families, talks about war-mongering and impacts
The Khan brothers are snapped on various shows promoting Tubelight , which is ready to be released in theatres on June 23, 2017. The songs in the Tubelight movie released so far are "Radio" and "Naach Meri Jaan", and "Tinka Tinka Dil Mera".
Moscow court jails opposition leader for 30 days
For that reason, he said he was unilaterally switching the venue to Tverskaya Street, Moscow's main avenue near the Kremlin. However, opinion polls suggest he would stand little chance of beating Mr Putin, who continues to enjoy favourable ratings.
UK's Theresa May holds talks to seal government alliance
Without a so-called confidence and supply deal with the DUP, her party risks losing the vote next week on the Queen's Speech. However, I think she should resign, and there are increasing calls for her to do so.
(AP Photo/Josh Edelson). Fans light a LeBron James jersey on fire after the Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in game 5 of the NBA Finals in Oakland, Calif., on Monday June 12, 2017. "Pretty much all their big-name guys are in their 20s and they don't show any signs of slowing down".
Head Coach Steve Kerr has called Trump a "blowhard" in the past and recently said he's not fit to be a leader. Whether or not the Warriors will join those teams remains to be seen.
An unprecedented third straight Finals clash between the Warriors and Cavaliers was hyped as the ultimate championship rubber match and expected to be the antidote for a postseason that had little in the way of drama.
But controversial policies and outlandish statements by President Donald Trump have upset many U.S. professional athletes, including players from the predominantly African American NBA.
At the time, Durant called the leadup to his decision the most challenging few weeks of his National Basketball Association career, and even said it was not about winning titles but about personal growth and quality-of-life choices.
"After the parade, the narrative will shift to 'So, what does the league plan to do about this?'" wrote Ray Ratto, a veteran Bay Area sports columnist.