PROGRAMMING NOTE: Coverage of the Warriors 2018 Championship Parade begins Tuesday at 9:30am on NBC Sports Bay Area and streaming on NBCSportsBayArea.com.
For the third time in four years, the Golden State Warriors are NBA champions. The Warriors swept the Cleveland Cavaliers in four games to take home the Larry O'Brien Trophy, the second such sweep in team history and the first since 1975.
On Tuesday, the Warriors will celebrate yet another title with a parade through downtown Oakland. Whether in person, online, or on your phone, here's how you can follow along.
When does the parade start?
The parade will kick off in Oakland at 11:00 a.m on Tuesday. Fans can start lining up for the parade as soon as 6:30 a.m.
What route will the parade follow?
The parade starts on Broadway at 11th Street. It will then turn right on 20th Street, right on Harrison to 19th Street, right on Lakeside Drive, then ending on Oak and 13th Street.
The full route can be seen below.
How to Watch
Coverage of the parade can be seen on NBC Sports Bay Area and streaming live on NBCSportsBayArea.com and the NBC Sports App beginning at 9:30 a.m.
We'll have over five hours of parade coverage, including a live pre-parade show, exclusive interviews and highlights from the festivities, and a post-parade edition of The Happy Hour.
NBC Sports Bay Area will present original content surrounding the Warriors Championship Parade across various social media platforms: Facebook (facebook.com/NBCSAuthentic); Instagram (NBCSAuthentic); Snapchat (NBCSAuthentic); and Twitter (@NBCSAuthentic & @NBCSWarriors).
Andrew Bogut ended his first tenure as a Warrior with sour grapes. His second didn't end with a title like he hoped, though he's certainly thankful.
The big man thanked the Warriors and the City of Oakland Monday for welcoming him back with open arms.
Bogut, 34, signed with the Warriors for the rest of the 2019 season on March 6. The center was back in the Bay after last playing for Golden State in the 2015-16 season.
He signed on with the Warriors after starring for the Sydney Kings of the National Basketball League in his native Australia. Bogut was named MVP of the league after averaging 11.4 points and 11.6 rebounds per game in 30 games.
Bogut played 11 regular-season games for the Warriors this year, averaging 3.5 points and 5.0 rebounds per game. He appeared in 19 playoff games -- starting six of those -- and averaged 2.7 points and 3.9 rebounds per game over 9.4 minutes per game.
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The veteran former No. 1 pick overall from the 2005 NBA Draft is set to re-join the Sydney Kings for their upcoming season.
It’s draft time!
With the 2019 NBA Draft just days away, a slightly clearer picture has developed. The top three picks are close to a lock, but with the huge trade over the weekend between the Pelicans and Lakers, the draft board could get very interesting at the No. 4 pick.
Anthony Davis being traded to the Lakers changes the whole league, and yes, the draft as well.
Teams are wrapping up their last draft workouts early this week and then they’ll enter the war room phase of the offseason.
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There are a handful of teams with multiple picks and it should be an active evening as teams prep for what lies ahead this summer.
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