The Warriors Celebrated Their Finals Win With The Counting Crows Singer And $150K Worth Of Champagne

After vanquishing the Cleveland Cavaliers in five games in the NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors are now the champions of the world for the second time in three years. And as is the custom, the Warriors celebrated their championship by euphorically spraying each other with champagne in their locker room after Golden State’s 129-120 Game 5 and series clinching victory over the Cavs on Monday.

But the celebrations didn’t end at Oracle Arena for the Warriors. The entire team headed to Harlot Nightclub in San Francisco, where the Warriors partied the night away with Bay Area legends Too Short and E-40. Former NFL star Terrell Owens was in attendance and so was Counting Crows lead singer and Warriors super fan Adam Duritz.

However since it was their night, the Warriors were the real celebrities at the club and they partied as such, popping more bottles of champagne in joyous celebration. According to a press release, the Warriors celebrated with 80 bottles of Moet & Chandon champagne, which costs well over $150,000.

Among the 80 bottles were two custom made six-liter Moet & Chandon Nectar Rose bottles. These custom champagne bottles each cost $15,000 and were engraved with Golden State’s logos and also listed out their 2017 NBA championship win.

$15,000 bottles of champagne and the opportunity to hang with the man who sang “Mr. Jones,” the Warriors truly know how to celebrate winning the NBA championship.