Bob Myers and the Warriors partied hard after winning their fourth championship in eight seasons, but before they knew it, it was right back to work.
After Golden State closed out the Boston Celtics in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on June 16, the celebration commenced.
For some, it lasted a few days or even a week. For others such as Klay Thompson and Steph Curry, the entire summer was spent celebrating their hard work.
Golden State's general manager Bob Myers joined The Athletic's Tim Kawakami on the latest episode of "The TK Show" where he recapped the hectic offseason for himself and Warriors executives immediately after the championship run.
"I think everybody went away and did something ... the hard part is, I guess for us if you're lucky enough to win a championship as an executive, it's not like we can go out and get drunk and forget about everything until training camp," Myers said.
"So you kind of have to stay engaged, especially after accomplishing what you want to, which is winning a championship. Mentally stay engaged and physically, because there's a fatigue to this and we've experienced it before."