Editor's Note: The above video is from a media session on Feb. 22, 2016.
Anderson Varejao has fit in nicely since coming to the Warriors from the Cavaliers via the Blazers.
The center is averaging 9.1 minutes, 3.1 points and 2.7 rebounds in 10 games with his new team.
Varejao is in the rare position of leaving one NBA Finals contender for another in the other conference.
So what if the Warriors were to come up short of a second straight Finals appearance but the Cavs were to make it back?
According to Jason Lloyd of Ohio.com, Varejao admitted, in that scenario, he would root for his former team.
What if the Warriors and Cavs meet in a rematch with Varejao on the other side?
“That would be crazy. I still don’t know about that. We know it could happen, but still a lot has to happen to get there. That would be crazy,” Varejao told Lloyd.
Varejao also addressed comments he made right after he joined the Warriors.
In a media session on Feb. 22, Varejao offered this as one reason why he decided to sign with the Warriors.
“There were other teams ... but I chose to come here,” Varejao told reporters. “It’s a great organization, very well coached and with these special guys.
“... I’m glad I came here, because I can tell they love each other. That’s what it’s about. When you want to win, you have to be like they are. Friends that have fun out there, have fun in the locker room. I’ve been here for a couple hours, but I can tell. I can tell this group, they love each other.”
Some interpreted those comments as a dig at the Cavs.
Varejao addressed that with Lloyd.
“That’s not what I’m saying. That’s crazy. I would never do that. That’s not in my personality. I’m not like that. I loved the guys in Cleveland. I’m just talking about what I have here,” Varejao explained.
What he has here is a 59-6 Warriors team that has a chance to get Varejao his first ring.