OAKLAND (CBS SF) — It appears there are Warriors fans among the hackers who’ve been messing with electronic roadway signs.

Someone altered the sign at the Fruitvale Ave. and East 9th St. in Oakland.

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It read “Go Dubs” and “MVP #30 lives here.” It’s supposed to say “Expect delays…road work ahead.”

Earlier, David DeBolt tweeted a picture of the same soon displaying a message that read  “F*** LEBRON.”

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A street sign in Oakland that may have been hacked to display a nasty message about Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James. (CBS)

A street sign in Oakland that may have been hacked to display a nasty message about Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James. (CBS)

“Anyone else see this on Fruitvale at E. 9th St? ‘f—- Lebron.’ Friend of friend posted it.  Fixed when I drove by,” DeBolt wrote.

It’s unconfirmed if the sign was actually hacked, or if a photoshopped image was shared on Twitter.

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Game 4 of the NBA finals in Cleveland is Thursday night with the Cavaliers leading the Warriors two games to one. Tip off is at 6 p.m. PDT.