Golden State Warriors Celebrate Championship With Over $170K In Champagne
The Golden State Warriors did not hold back while celebrating their NBA Finals win Monday night in San Francisco.
The NBA champions, who closed out the series against the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers in just five games, were overjoyed to bring the Larry O’Brien trophy back to the Bay, and they celebrated accordingly.
After celebrating on the court and popping champagne and beer in the locker room at Oracle Arena, the Warriors hit San Francisco’s Harlot nightclub, where they ran up a ridiculous tab, according to Page Six.
The NBA champions spent $170,000 on Moët & Chandon champagne, downed 75 magnum bottles of Nectar Imperial Rosé Luminous at $1,500 a bottle, eight bottles of a “Limited Edition Bay Area” number at $3,500 each, and an unspecified number of bottles engraved with the Warriors logos at $15,000 a bottle.
The Warriors dominated throughout the NBA playoffs, winning all but one game on their way to their second championship in three years. Their only loss came in Game 4 of the Finals in Cleveland on Friday.
Had it not been for that loss, they would have been the first team in NBA history to sweep every series on their way to a title. They didn’t let that stop them from living it up late into the night on Monday, though. When you’re NBA champions, the numbers don’t matter anymore.