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Warriors’ Fan E40 Tells Celtics’ Fan Joyner Lucas To Run Him His $50k

The Golden State Warriors are at the top of the mountain top again after being the Boston Celtics in game six on Thursday night 103-90 on the road. Steph Curry was finally named Finals MVP after recording 34 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists.

After the game, Curry touched on some of things that had to endure over the last three seasons.

“You go to these last two years,” Curry said. “And conversations, narratives, we’re ‘too old,’ the parallel timelines of developing young guys and keeping our core together, all those tough decisions that we had to make, that weighs on you for as much time as we’re going through it.

“Then you get to the finish line, and that’s why I think this one is definitely different because of the three years of baggage we carried coming out of that Game 6 in 2019.”

Warriors owner Joel Lacob shared that this championship might be the most meaningful.

Speaking of Championships, after everyone, someone is looking to collect on the bets they agreed upon, and E40 is no different. Celtics fan Joyner Lucas posted a video of himself yelling at Steph Curry that he hates him from the sideline. Of course, it garnered a lot of response in the comment section, including from Warriors’ fan E40.

E40 left a comment that reads, “Run me my money fast! 50K asap!!!!! I told you not to bet me.”

Lucas was in the building because he was the half-time performer for last night’s game, and Celtics fans were unhappy with him. They were even blaming him for the loss last night.

“Celtics losing tonight was Joyner Lucas’ fault.” Whereas, one joked, “The weird a** Joyner Lucas hate is starting back up again.” The next one posted, “Can the Celtics get their money back from Joyner Lucas?”

According to NBC Sports, The Warriors are one of the three favorites to repeat as champions in the 2023 Finals at + 600.

What do you think?

Written by Landon Buford

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