Life moving forward at Oracle Arena after Warriors win NBA Finals

OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- It's the day after the Warriors won the NBA championship and life is moving forward at Oracle Arena.

The Warriors celebrated Monday night at Harlot Nightclub in San Francisco. The rumor is that they went through $150,000 worth of Moet and Chandon.

"I think the life of the party is when Draymond Green got on top of the DJ booth and started spraying the champagne," owner Michael Musleh said.

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As for most of the rest of us, it was when the final buzzer sounded:

"When it fell, I jumped out of my bed!"

"Oh, I was at home screaming my head off with my 2-year-old."

"I was jumping off my couch."

"Have you landed yet?" "Nope."

The soft landing would have been the line outside Oracle Arena, stretched partway around the building into the Warriors store. "We got a little of everything today. Hats, shirts, jerseys. They just ran out of socks," fan John Fair said.

ABC7 News peeked inside Oracle Arena for one final look. The floor and baskets are put away like props, the nets gone. The floor is in pieces.

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There's a rock concert Tuesday night with the band Poison.

Meantime, back on the streets, the party is hardly over.

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