Golden State Warriors ace Steph Curry has warned that his side are far from done, having secured a third NBA title in four seasons.
Curry was speaking after his side completed a 4-0 sweep of the Cleveland Cavaliers, with the two sides having now met in four consecutive NBA Finals series.
We want to keep this thing going as long as we can.Steph Curry
The Warriors have come out on top in three of those four series, having lost out to the Cavs in a seven-game thriller in 2016.
However, Curry says there is plenty more to come from Golden State and says he is happy to leave talk of his team being one of the NBA greats for a later date.
He told reporters: "We just know how to win. We keep waking up every day and trying to get better and we end up here. We can't get enough of this feeling.
"Wherever that puts us in the conversation in the history of the NBA or being a dynasty - we'll have plenty of time to discuss that later. We want to keep this thing going as long as we can."
Meanwhile, head coach Steve Kerr paid tribute to his Warriors players after they completed what he believes was the hardest-won success of their recent triumphs.
He told ESPN: "This was the hardest year we've had of the three championships by far. Just the length of the journey.
"These guys are not just incredibly talented, but they're selfless. They love each other, they play for each other and you can see the result."
Meanwhile, DeAndre Ayton is 1/20 to be the number one pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, with Luka Doncic 8/1 and Mohamed Bamba 40/1.
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