Golden State Warriors Bay Area Bound for Game 5
The Golden State Warriors are coming back to the Bay Area to try and finish up the Western Conference Finals tonight against the Houston Rockets.
The game tips off at 6 p.m. at Oracle Arena. Security and staff officials are ready for tonight’s “fandimonium” as the Oakland Athletics also kick off a three game home stand today against the Detroit Tigers.
Parking for the coliseum will be $20 a car until 4 p.m., then prices will shoot up to $40 a car. If you are not one of the lucky fans attending tonight’s playoff game, but are looking for a great place to watch this exciting matchup, several viewing parties are happening tonight throughout the city.
Where to Watch the Game
One of the more popular viewing options is the SoMa StrEat Food Park.
A purely San Francisco creation, where food trucks line up for your choice of delicious game time delicacies accompanied by 10 big screen TV’s and a great game time atmosphere. SoMa StrEat Food Park will be providing heaters for the surrounding area, and Oakland’s own Linden Street Brewery will be providing locally brewed beverages for tonight’s game.
The viewing party starts at 6 p.m. and is located at 428 11th street, so be sure to get there before game time!
In addition to being a great venue, SoMa StrEat Food Park also works with a great cause! They have partnered with the Warriors Community Foundation, which works to impact the lives of underserved youth and underprivileged communities throughout the Bay Area.
So Warrior fans, come enjoy the game and support a great cause!
The Golden State Warriors Have Fans All Over the Bay Area
The Warriors now hold a 3-1 series lead and are on the cusp of making their first NBA Finals appearance in 40 years.
This has fans throughout the Bay Area excited about not only this year, but also the future of the Warrior’s organization. With young superstars leading the team such as All Star shooting guard Klay Thompson and NBA MVP point guard Stephen Curry, fans are more invested in the Warriors than ever.
This historic season has also shed light on the new proposed deal for a San Francisco Arena for the Golden State franchise. The Warriors have been in talks with the city of San Francisco and the NBA about a 12-acre, one million square foot complex that would be located in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood.
This state-of-the-art stadium would be the cherry on top for the Warriors after such a fantastic year.