Curry and Golden State Warriors guard Andre Iguodala with the Larry O’Brien Trophy after beating the Cavs.
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Led by league Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry and first-year coach Steve Kerr, the Warriors capped a 67-win season by winning their first NBA title in 40 years last June yet somehow failed to make believers out of their competition.The Warriors were voted third behind the San Antonio Spurs, reflecting skepticism in the current title holders.Golden State's validity as champions will be severely tested in the Western Conference, and potentially again by the LeBron James-led Cavaliers whom they beat in the 2015 NBA Finals.The San Antonio Spurs made the biggest offseason splash by acquiring top free agent forward LaMarcus Aldridge as well as veteran David West.In the Eastern Conference, the Chicago Bulls are hoping star-crossed talent Derrick Rose can overcome his health battles and make them a contender again.
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