By now, we all know that the Golden State Warriors are NBA champions. And we know that it was due to the tremendous play of Stephen Curry and surprise NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala, along with the rest of the Warriors, including first-year head coach Steve Kerr. And we know that, somewhere, Don Nelson is smiling with Oakland's victory.
Hell, for those of us outside the Bay Area we now even know about Golden State's infatuation with the song "CoCo" by O.T. Genasis, thanks in large part to CSN Bay Area's Rosalyn Gold-Onwude.
However, it's one thing to hear someone else discuss the champs' celebration with a song littered with drug references — it's an entirely different thing to actually see the sheer joy the song brought to the Warriors on their plane ride home.
You already know we had to make the Championship edition!!! #DubNationpic.twitter.com/bG8ACgH3Sa
— Harrison Barnes (@hbarnes) June 17, 2015
It may make NBA commissioner Adam Silver cringe a bit and not exactly excite the Golden State brain trust, but who cares? The Golden State Warriors are the world champions, and they'll dance to a song about cocaine if they want to.
Happy Friday, and congratulations once again to the Dubs.
Full disclosure: I had never heard this song before today in my entire life and had no idea who in the hell O.T. Genasis was. And frankly, this song is absolutely ridiculous, but hey, the champs earned it.
Reverend Paul Revere, aka Joe Boland, is a sports blogger out of Philadelphia whose life revolves around sports 365 and a quarter days per year. Keep up with Rev at his own personal blog, The House That Glanville Built and on Twitter.