If you can't appreciate a bunch of former teammates swarming a guy that they went through the trenches with en route to thee most unbelievable comeback in NBA Finals history then it's safe to say you have purchased a Steph Curry jersey within the last 18 months. Simply put, that was an awesome moment between a group of men that will forever share the special, everlasting bond that results from winning a championship together. That was a such a cool scene that even Draymond Green's donkey lips would struggle to scowl at it, and I'm sure it meant a lot to the guy that moved on to much greener pastures (money, I'm talking about money) in the offseason.
Plus, the fact that Matthew Dellavedova is playing meaningful minutes for the Milwaukee Bucks is really a credit to all the guys that jumped him at center court. Championship teams almost never return intact and I think most players encourage their teammates to do what's best for their career after winning a title, but the fact of the matter is that it's easier to appreciate a player's departure when you had a hand in making it possible. A backup point guard whose known for stepping a little outside of the rulebook to make up for a lack of athleticism and played sparingly when it mattered most is making $10 million dollars a season. As if mounting a historical rally to beat the winningest team in the history of basketball wasn't enough of an accomplishment, LeBron and the gang managed to get an aggressive little Aussie - with a floater that would make Scuffy McGee roll over in his grave - a contract that even his wildest dreams refused to offer him. The only thing that should make the Cavaliers feel better than bringing the city of Cleveland a much needed championship is indirectly bringing Matthew Dellavedova and Timofey Mozgov a lifetime of financial security in the process of doing so.