OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) --Even if you hadn't watched Game 7, you could tell instantly by the faces of fans at Oracle Arena how it ended.
For Warriors fans, this was a stomach churning game that ended with a thud. "I'm really sad, really bummed. Shocked, I'm shocked. Waiting for the fanfare that's just not going to happen for us," Warriors fan Leslie Thomas said.
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"Yeah, I was nervous, having an anxiety attack and then, here we are," Warriors fan Andra Davis said.
At the end of the game, the house full of yellow and blue shirts couldn't wait to leave.
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This was a bitter loss for fans of a team that's known for pushing hard till the very end and breaking through with a win.
But tonight, it was the Cleveland Cavaliers who kept on pushing.
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Even some Warriors fans acknowledge the Cavs made history. "It was a big, big deal for them and a big win for them and hopefully we'll take the next one," Warriors fan Ooshma Garg said.
Lets put this in perspective for Cleveland fans. This isn't just the first national championship for the Cavaliers in their history, this is the first national championship of any professional Cleveland franchise in all sports. The last time a Cleveland team won was in 1964, that's when Lyndon Johnson was the American president.
"It's been a long time, incredibly long time, I'm 33 years old, I've never seen anything like this. I've been rooting for all the Cleveland teams, I've never seen a championship in my life," Cavaliers fan Mike Patel said.
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