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Check Out the Expensive Rides The Warriors Drove After Game 5 of the NBA Finals

Prior to winning the 2022 NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors drove their best cars after Game 5 of the NBA Finals, flaunting them as they left Chase Center.
Klay Thompson's Mercedes-AMG GT 63 9 photos
Andrew Higgins in Range RoverSteve Kerr in Tesla Model YDraymond Green and Mercedes-AMG G-WagenOtto Porter Jr's Porsche PanameraMike Brown's Range RoverJordan Poole's Porsche PanameraGary Parton and Range RoverSteph Curry in Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
This season marked the Golden State Warriors’ fourth championship in eight years after defeating the Boston Celtics in six games by 4-2. Golden State’s Stephen “Steph” Curry was also named the Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP), winning the trophy for the first time in his career.

But after Game 5, the stars of the Golden State Warriors treated their fans to some of their expensive cars as they drove away from Chase Center, San Francisco, California. Some of the most popular brands among the Warriors seemed to be Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Tesla, and Land Rover Range Rover.

Mercedes-Benz brand ambassador Klay Thompson obviously drove away in one of the cars with the three-pointed star logo. It was a blue Mercedes-AMG GT 63. Meanwhile, Moses Moody had a sleek, black GT 63. Another teammate who opted for the German brand is Draymond Green, who went for a dark-gray Mercedes-AMG G 63.

Andre “Iggy” Iguodala appears to be driving a black Tesla Model X. He’s not the only one going for the EV, with head coach Steve Kerr opting for a white Tesla Model Y.

Assistant coach Mike Brown was one of the Warriors who drove a Range Rover. Gary Payton and Gary Payton II drove away in a white Range Rover from the previous generation, as well as Andrew Higgins.

Meanwhile, Otto Porter Jr. and Jordan Poole opted for Porsche Panamera, the former driving a black model and the latter, a sleek, silver one.

The biggest car of the night belonged to MVP Steph Curry, who rode away in a luxurious, black Mercedes Sprinter van, sparking a lot of jokes among the fans, who called him a "bus driver."

After winning Game 6, the Warriors enjoyed a big parade at the beginning of the week, which was basically a street party, and all their fans were invited.

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