Curry is now the eighth player in league history with three titles and multiple MVPs.
As you might imagine, Curry and Durant stamped their names into record books in a variety of ways in these Finals.
The Cavaliers had a hot shooting night previous year in Game 4, and it got them their one win in the NBA Finals.
The King, born in Akron, drafted No. 1 overall by the Cavs in 2003, left them in 2010 and returned in 2014, can be a free agent at season's end.
He scored 23 points on Friday but he looked discouraged, let down by teammates who could not rise to the level he demanded.
ABC7 caught up with Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry after the team's epic sweep of the Cavaliers in Cleveland. But they still had to play Game 4. They'll need another one to erase the air of inevitability that hangs over the arena, and this city, tonight.
The Cavaliers would come no closer in the second half.
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He insisted in fact he had paid millions from his own pocket to cover staff salaries, bonuses and redundancies. Nix also said that Channel 4 had heavily edited the footage to portray him in a worse light.
They had no energy, however. If Golden State gets off to a hot start, Cleveland could quickly fold.
The game reached its zenith in the fourth when Curry finally found his range, hitting his only three with the game on the line, but finishing just 3-16 from the floor. After that, the game quickly fell out of hand.
In some ways the Cavaliers never recovered after almost upsetting Golden State on the road in Game 1 of the series.
Can the Cleveland Cavaliers change that? "If one of them has a bad game, they have three or four guys that can actually pick up the load".
Earlier, the Cavaliers went ahead 39-38 when James finished off a fast break with a basket midway through the second quarter. James' mighty shoulders dropped.
Klay Thompson picked up a third foul for the Warriors and remained scoreless.:55 p.m.
Durant becomes the 11th player to win Finals MVP twice, joining six-time victor Michael Jordan, three-timers Magic Johnson, Shaquille O'Neal, Tim Duncan and James, and two-timers Kobe Bryant, Larry Bird, Hakeem Olajuwon, Willis Reed and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. After an incredible postseason in which he pulled the Cavs, nearly single-handedly to these Finals, he looked defeated.
Fans chanted "M-V-P" to James in the final minutes, sensing his possible exit again. Warriors have so many weapons and are so fun to watch!