During the Golden State Warriors’ run to the NBA title, San Francisco-based special agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations seized nearly $500,000 in counterfeit merchandise associated with the basketball games.
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.
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.
Not to rub salt into fresh wounds but some of these were just too good to pass up.
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.
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.
The world champion Golden State Warriors will return home Wednesday afternoon after winning the franchise’s first championship in 40 years, but there won’t be a repeat of the 1975 welcome home when thousands of fans greeted the Warriors at San Francisco International Airport.
The Warriors hadn’t even completed their epic run to the 2014-2015 NBA Title run before some oddsmaker in Las Vegas slapped the 2014-2015 favorite label on LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
After winning their first NBA title in 40 years, the Golden State Warriors and Oakland city officials confirmed that a parade will take place in Downtown Oakland on Friday morning.