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Steve Kerr, Andre Iguodala, and Bruce Fraser win third NBA title with Warriors

Make that three titles in four years for the Wildcat trio

2018 NBA Finals - Game Four Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

A trio of Arizona Wildcats are part of one of the best dynasties in NBA history.

The Golden State Warriors won their third NBA Finals in four years Friday, completing the sweep of the Cleveland Cavaliers with a 108-85 blowout victory in Cleveland.

Head coach Steve Kerr becomes just the sixth coach to win three or more NBA championships. He also won five as a player.

Andre Iguodala is now a three-time NBA champion. The 34-year-old only played in two NBA Finals games this year, after missing the first two with a leg injury, but he helped turn Games 3 and 4 into no-doubters. Iguodala was the NBA Finals MVP in 2015.

Assistant coach Bruce Fraser has also won his third title with the Warriors. Fraser has been Kerr’s right-hand man throughout this dominant run — a run that has no end in sight.