OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) --Game 6 was painful for Warriors fans to watch as the Cavs beat the Dubs 115-101. But there is still hope for a second straight championship.
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They don't call it Roaracle for nothing. The Dub Nation watch party for Game 6 was so loud, they might have heard it in Cleveland.
Early on there was optimism.
"It's gonna happen, we're gonna win, this is Oakland, you know?" said one fan with a smile.
The roar faded fast and was replaced by agony as fans saw Game 6 slipping away
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Then the game's biggest shocker -- Steph Curry fouling out against LeBron and ejected.
"I've never seen him so upset," said Warriors fan Pricilla Azcuenta. "And he didn't foul LeBron."
Another fan added, "We need shelter of our own home, we need our fans, we need our time, we need our own atmosphere. We just didn't have it in us today."
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Dub Nation says this isn't over.
One fan said, "We're going to get them Sunday, Warriors, baby, Dub Nation!"
And another added, "LeBron, be afraid, be very afraid, we still believe."
And despite a loss, there were still fireworks. The Warriors say they didn't light those fireworks, maybe a fan did. But they will have some official fireworks standing by for Game 7 to fly over Oracle, and we do hope to see those.
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