With the Warriors clinching on the road, fans in Oracle Arena were able to celebrate their team's title while watching the Jumbotron:
LeBron James was gracious in defeat, as this image from Game 4 shows from when James checked out for the final time:
A close battle for the honor of being crowned NBA Finals MVP went in Kevin Durant's favor for the second consecutive year. The nine-time All-Star went out in style by recording his first-career triple-double in the Finals with 20 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists.
Right behind Durant on the list of MVP candidates was Stephen Curry, who scored a game-high 37 points in the clincher. The two-time NBA MVP had numbers in the series that would normally be good enough to earn the Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP award:
Durant's second straight Finals MVP trophy put him in a group that includes five other players in NBA history:
Whittling that list down even further, Durant has now done something that had only been accomplished by Michael Jordan prior to this year: