Juan Toscano-Anderson has turned himself into a fan favorite in Golden State. The Warriors forward has been a key role player for the Dubs in the past two seasons, bringing energy and effort off the bench. That's why it's extremely gratifying to see him rewarded with a championship ring after three years in the Warriors organization.

JTA is proudly an Oakland native. But his ancestral roots lie in Mexico. With the Warriors' NBA championship win, he became the first player of Mexican descent to in it all. That's why for the first time ever, Toscano-Anderson was about to bring the Larry O'Brien trophy across the border. He also had a message for Dub Nation while cradling the coveted cup:

“What's good, Dub Nation? Out here in Mexico City. Bringing the trophy to Mexico for the very first time. I'm super excited. And hopefully we can bring many more here,” said the Warriors player.

Juan Toscano-Anderson saw his role diminished during the Golden State Warriors' playoff run. He played in just 14 out of 22 postseason games, averaging 3.5 minutes in those contests.

Still, JTA has proven himself to be a true warrior, playing his heart out when the team was undermanned. He was there for the down times and deserves to celebrate the highest of the highs.