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Stephen Curry Posts A Two-Word Tweet And Sends Message To His Haters After Winning His Fourth NBA Championship And First Finals MVP

Stephen Curry Posts A Two-Word Tweet And Sends Message To His Haters After Winning His Fourth NBA Championship And First Finals MVP

Over the years, Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry has given fans many iconic moments in the NBA. From draining unbelievable three-pointers to destroying opponents with ease, Steph has done it all.

During these moments, Steph has obviously shown fans quite a few amazing celebrations as well. One such celebration is "Night Night." Curry has hit that one many times and the reason behind it is quite obvious.

It simply signifies that the job for the day is done and it's a signal for the final goodbye. Truly an amazing signature celebration and perfectly apt to shut up a vocal opponent.

After winning the fourth ring and along with the first NBA Finals MVP award of his incredible career, Curry once again brought back that iconic celebration. But this time around, he didn't do it on the court.

Instead, he posted a picture of himself doing the celebration on Twitter. Looking at the picture, it is certainly clicked in the Warriors' dressing room. Also, to make this even better, Steph has the glorious Larry O'Brien trophy right beside him,

The tweet by Curry could very well have two meanings behind it. First, it could simply mean that Steph is saying the season is finally over and the Dubs ended up winning the ring.

It would be a simple enough message for all his and the Warriors' haters who believed that they would never win an NBA Championship again.

Second, it could also mean that Curry is signaling a goodbye to the Boston Celtics. The 2022 NBA Finals series was full of heated moments and as we know it, the Celtics' players are very vocal in expressing themselves.

Well, whatever the message was, it's up to you to decide. But the fact remains that even after having two very bad seasons, the Warriors have proved that they are still the best team in the NBA.