During the postgame celebration on Friday night, David West said some things that certainly caught people's attention.
The 37-year old insinuated the the Warriors had some behind-the-scenes drama.
"We dealt with some things internally. When you guys find out about that (stuff), y'all are going to trip. I'm serious. Y'all are going to trip," West told reporters. "It's a testament to the type of people these guys are and how tied together we were as a group and how committed we were to winning."
On Monday morning, Warriors assistant coach Ron Adams was asked about West's comments.
"Well, first of all, I'm a little mystified by that comment," Adams said on 95.7 The Game. "Actually, when I read it, I asked Mike Brown, I said, ‘Mike, did I miss something this year?'"
"So, I don't know. Quite frankly, I have no idea what David was talking about. Our year was marked by some inconsistency and in some games not playing to our potential certainly -- playing half of a game or perhaps more, but not always playing to our potential.
"And I think that probably led to some frustration. But in terms of anything in the locker room that I can recall, I just, I don't get that (laughter). I have no idea what he's referring to. I mean, any season you have your ups and downs. I thought for the most part our guys stayed together well.
"So, I'm a bit mystified. Maybe you'd have to consult someone else on that, because I'm older and sometimes I miss things. I think I missed that one."
Before Adams went on the radio, Marc Stein of The New York Times tweeted this:
In today's @NYTSports column on the Warriors, here's one theory making the rounds in team circles about the David West "y'all got no clue" soliloquy about behind-the-scenes chaos this season: pic.twitter.com/TLr4hWXKKo— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) June 11, 2018
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