On the same day the Golden State Warriors were lighting up Oakland with an NBA Championship parade, lawmakers in Sacramento were finalizing the state’s budget, including an environmental law exemption for the planned Warriors stadium at San Francisco’s Mission Bay.
In the glow of the Larry O’Brien Trophy and a championship parade, a movement kicked off Friday with a simple premise, to keep the Golden State Warriors in Oakland.
The first daughter of Oakland, Riley Curry, graced the Warriors Parade-goers with her adorable presence today.
Oakland native Marshawn Lynch has spent most of his professional career crushing the world championship dreams of Bay Area sports fans, but on Friday he was celebrating a title right along side them as he rode in the Warriors Victory Parade.
You didn’t join Dub Nation in Oakland Friday? And you didn’t even bother streaming the parade live on cbsSF.com? You blew it.
It’s not an official Oakland Parade unless Mayor Libby Schaaf’s fire-breathing snail car makes an appearance.
The Warriors Parade of Champions in Oakland is slated to begin at 10 a.m. Friday, and cbsSF.com will provide live, uninterrupted streaming parade preparations coverage as early as 7 a.m., joining KPIX 5’s anchored coverage at 9:30 a.m. online and on-air, with podium presentations expected later from the rally at the Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center.
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!
As the Golden State Warriors prepare to celebrate their first NBA championship in four decades with their fans, Oakland is especially ready to show off a revitalized downtown along Friday’s parade route.
Some people should really think before they ink.