Kevin Durant shared a heartwarming moment with his mum moments after winning his first championship

Kevin Durant won the first championship of his career with the Golden State Warriors’ win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday, and among the first people he celebrated with was his mother.

Durant’s relationship with his mother, of course, became famous after his tear-jerking MVP speech in 2014 in which he dedicated the award to her.

After winning the championship, Durant and his mum united at halfcourt and shared a heartwarming moment.

Moments later, in an interview with ESPN’s Doris Burke, Durant’s mother interrupted him to remind him, “Don’t matter what nobody say, you did it!”

With the way things are looking for the Warriors, Durant and his mum may have many more celebrations in their future.

Kevin Durant hugs his mum as they embrace. Then, they both embrace Steph Curry. pic.twitter.com/iAjzou71RB
— Andrew Jerell Jones (@sluggahjells) June 13, 2017

Kevin Durant enjoyed a heartwarming moment when his mum interrupted his postgame interview.

“Don’t matter what nobody say, you did it!” pic.twitter.com/W6uAYip1ah
— KNBR (@KNBR) June 13, 2017

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