Last night the Golden State Rockets won the NBA Finals championship again. And the Most Valuable Player of the series was determined to be Kevin Durant.
While most NBA onlookers were happy with Durant being named MVP - his teammates didn't seem to be. Two of his teammates Steph Curry and Klay Thompson didn't seem happy with the choice.
For weeks there has been speculation in the league that a TENSION was brewing between the teams best player Steph Curry - and newly acquired Durant. And there are rumors that teammate Klay Thompson may be preparing to leave the team.
Well after the look on everyone's face when Kevin won the trophy - things aren't going to get any better.
Here's Klay's face when Durant was named MVP - you can tell he's SALTY:
And here's Steph's face - he looks upset too:
According to ESPN, "The 6-foot-11 small forward captured the award for the second consecutive year as the Warriors won their third championship in four years."
"It's just about the journey, all season," Durant said. "Getting up every day, going to work with these guys, it's amazing. The environment is incredible. It's good for you to be around guys like this. It helps you become a better basketball player and a better man."
Durant averaged 28.7 points, 10.7 rebounds and 7.5 assists per game in the series. He secured his first playoff triple-double of 20 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists in Friday night's Game 4.
Curry said individual accolades are "kind of a validation" but that the Warriors' title matters more.