Golden State Warriors fans rejoiced across the Bay Area after their 103-90 NBA Championship win over the Boston Celtics Thursday night.
In San Francisco, they gathered at the Dub’s house to view Game 6 of the NBA Finals on the huge video screen at Chase Center, while others in full regalia watched outdoors at Thrive City. They were treated to a postgame display as fireworks exploded over the arena after the historic win, the team’s fourth NBA title in eight years.
The Mission District was also abuzz as fireworks were lit and low riders did wheelies while revelers celebrated post game.
Meanwhile, in downtown Oakland, fans waved jerseys and stood on top of cars while fireworks exploded as they celebrated in the streets near Broadway and Telegraph Avenue.
However, the celebratory evening turned deadly when one person died and several people were hospitalized after a multiple shooting at the Halftime Sports Bar on 14th Street which occurred shortly before 10:30 p.m.
The Warriors announced their 2022 championship parade will be held Monday in San Francisco.
The parade will start at 11:20 a.m. and proceed from Market Street and Main Street to Market Street and 6th Street. The parade will be the first for a professional team in the city since the San Francisco Giants won their third World Series in five seasons in 2014.
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Bay Area News Group’s Kerry Crowley contributed to this report.