Curry and the Warriors get a hero's welcome back in San Francisco

The Golden State Warriors have put the rest of the NBA on notice

that their 'scary' team are not done winning championships

as they arrived back in San Francisco in possession of the Larry O'Brien trophy.

Led by Stephen Curry, the Warriors took hold of a series-winning Game 6 in Boston Thursday

to seal a fourth NBA Finals win in eight years.

Curry, clad in a yellow hoodie and a 'championship' snapback

carried the NBA Finals MVP trophy off the team jet

as the Warriors squad got a hero's welcome back at San Francisco's International Airport.

'It's nice to bring old Larry back where he belongs,' Curry told reporters.

'Like Draymond (Green) said it's the Warriors reputation and so we back!

'This is pretty special for sure. To get the job done, it's an emotional rollercoaster.

'This one was the most unlikely championship of the four that we have had.'