After clinching the championship and showering off with champagne in the locker room, the Golden State Warriors came out to play in San Francisco where they threw down at SoMa nightclub Harlot.
Draymond Green led the charge, announcing “We’re going to Harlot” repeatedly and to anyone who would listen. At the club, the team continued to consume champagne by the case, and besides Kevin Durant, Moet & Chandon appears to have been the night’s MVP.
To mark the occasion, and perhaps to get a little bit of a bump from the team, Moet even sent them two custom six-liter bottles of its Nectar Rose, bottles that retail for as much as $15,000 each, leading TMZ to put the total financial damage at $150,000 in Moet & Chandon alone.
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Aside from the team, celebrities at the festivities included E-40, Terrell Owens, and Too Short. In fact, that rapper grabbed the mic to claim, between expletives, that the Warriors had won three championships in a row — arguing that last years loss was actually a win. A little too much Moet, perhaps.