“Back To The Bay With This Bad Boy!” The Golden Champs Return to Oakland With NBA Finals Trophy

Stephen Curry and the Warriors landed in the Bay Area Wednesday afternoon, receiving a rockstar welcome. A Delta charter flight from Cleveland touched down at Oakland International Airport around 3:09 p.m.

Curry was one of the first ones to exit the aircraft, trophy in hand, and performed a short victory dance as he walked across the tarmac toward a throng of fans and journalists. Chants of "MVP, MVP" rang though the air, as he stopped to chat with reporters briefly.

"The guys didn't get any sleep," Curry said, adding: "Now we get to celebrate for real."

Fans were spotted touching Andre Iguodala's MVP trophy, excited to be a part of history. Coach Steve Kerr was one of the last to come out, but he didn't stop to talk to media.

Curry posted a picture of himself holding the Larry O'Brien trophy on the flight back Wednesday morning: "Back to the Bay with this bad boy!!! Can't tell yall how proud I am of everyone on this team. No better feeling than to celebrate with your brothers and realize what we have accomplished together. This is for the Bay!"

The Warriors 40-year NBA championship drought finally ended Tuesday when they beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6 to win the 2015 NBA Finals. Fans are already planning for the championship parade on Friday.

Iguadola tweeted out a picture of himself sleeping on the plane with his MVP trophy, saying: "andre1st ever #WCW #BaeLookGoodInMyArms"

But the tweet that seems to be getting rhe most attention came from Warriors forward Harrison Barnes. Barnes tweeted out a video of the team singing their favorite song— O.T. Genasis' "I'm In Love With the Coco."

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