The City of Oakland will host a championship parade and victory rally for the NBA champion Golden State Warriors on Friday. It took 40 years for the Warriors to win the title, so the Parade has been a long time coming and I am going to savor each step!
Some people should really think before they ink.
Warriors’ fans honked their horns and danced in streets throughout the San Francisco Bay Area to celebrate their team’s first NBA title in 40 years.
One Golden State Warriors fan used thousands of grains of salt to show love for the team as they battle the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
Upper deck seats to a Warriors game for $50 don’t sound all that unreasonable, until you realize that the tickets only allow you to catch the game on TV.
Stephen Curry scored 37 points and the Golden State Warriors took a 3-2 lead in the NBA Finals with a 104-91 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday night.
Murals dedicated to the Golden State Warriors are popping up around the East Bay as the team battles the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
When the NBA returned to a 2-2-1-1-1 format for the NBA Finals, it swung the advantage in Game 5 back to the higher-seeded team.
Both Oakland and San Francisco think they can lay claim to being the past and future home of the Warriors. And while it’s not yet entirely clear where the team will be playing in a decade, it is clear that both cities are willing to get all dressed up for the team’s first NBA Finals run in 40 years.
Jimmy Kimmel sent a camera crew over to Oakland Coliseum last week to speak to some self-proclaimed fans about their favorite stars, defense strategies, and players that do not exist.