Warriors: 2014-15 NBA Finals Champions
This chant echoed through the Bay Area’s Oracle Arena back at home as Golden State defeated the Cavaliers at the Q in downtown Cleveland on Tuesday, June 16th. Fans far and wide are celebrating the Warriors’ Game 6 win – and, therefore, their 2014-15 NBA Championship – against the mighty Cavs and their all-star player Lebron James. The entire Bay area is, figuratively speaking, holding up the Larry O’Brien Trophy this week.
Coach Steve Kerr is the first first-year NBA coach to lead a team to an NBA final championship victory since Pat Riley with the Los Angeles Lakers decades ago. Kerr played smart, holding back center Andrew Bogut, choosing to play small ball. Steph Curry, nicknamed the Baby Faced Assassin, was the season’s MVP, and Andre Iguodala, known for gettin’ Iggy wit’ it, was dubbed the final’s MVP. These nimble powerhouses each scored 25 points in Game 6. Meanwhile, former Michigan-state player Draymond Green was busy triumphantly completing a triple-double.
Oakland’s Blue and Gold were the first Western Conference team to win 39 home games. This impressive feat and their 16-game winning streak in late 2014 are reasons enough to celebrate. This gritty but stylish team doesn’t play for themselves; they dominate for their Bay-area fans!
The Warriors Came Out To Play! Now It’s Your Turn.
On Friday, June 19th, a parade will honor our Oakland-area Blue and Gold. Starting at 10 a.m. from Broadway and 11th Street, the celebratory Dub Nation procession will make its way to the Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center for an official Golden State Warriors rally.
However, not every fan – no matter how dedicated! – can get off of work for a weekday daytime event. Nevertheless, the team is encouraging their fans to take pride in the win and to celebrate the victory.
Ride Like an MVP
Some Dub’s fans are choosing to go all-in and celebrate a night away in a Nationwide Limousine party bus complete with LED lights, state-of-the-art surround sound, and a portable dance floor. Others want to ride like a professional athlete and are choosing from our sophisticated fleet of limousines or stylish black car services with features such as mini bars, wet bars, and champagne services. Others yet are celebrating the historic team by renting antique cars for a night on the town, which often includes a drive across the Golden State Bridge, a long-standing symbol of the team’s pride in their beloved fans.
Regardless of how you’d like to celebrate, we hope that you’ll choose NLS Limo for your on-ground transportation needs. We’re locally owned and operated, and we are proud to serve our area’s Golden State Warriors fans. Contact us at 1-800-339-8936 at your convenience.