Urias Escudero of San Jose  cheers as the Warriors secure their win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on June 8, 2018 at the Warrior  Watch Party at Oracle Arena in Oakland. Samantha Shanahan/KQED
Urias Escudero of San Jose cheers as the Warriors secure their win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on June 8, 2018 at the Warrior Watch Party at Oracle Arena in Oakland. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)

PHOTOS: This is How Oakland Celebrates a Warriors Championship Win

PHOTOS: This is How Oakland Celebrates a Warriors Championship Win

That's right, the Golden State Warriors are the NBA champions once again, wiping out the Cleveland Cavaliers Friday night in Cleveland, 108-85, to sweep the series and claim their third title in four years.

Bay Area fans were able to live every second of the action at the Oracle Arena watch party. The festivities included dancing, a musical performance by Montell Jordan and, by the end of the night, a whole lot of celebrating.

If you missed the party, you can experience it all over again here.

The Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 108-85 to cap a 4-0 series sweep and win the NBA Finals for the second year in a row. Fans gathered at Oracle Arena in Oakland for a Golden State Warrior Watch Party on Friday, June 8, 2018.
The Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 108-85 to cap a 4-0 series sweep and win the NBA Finals for the second year in a row. Fans gathered at Oracle Arena in Oakland for a Golden State Warrior Watch Party on Friday, June 8, 2018. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
Fans danced and cheered throughout the The Warrior Watch Party for Game 4 of the NBA Finals at Oracle Arena in Oakland.
Fans danced and cheered throughout The Warrior Watch Party for Game 4 of the NBA Finals at Oracle Arena in Oakland. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
Fans young and old watched the Warriors win their third NBA title in four years.
Fans young and old watched the Warriors win their third NBA title in four years. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
The halftime show of the Warrior Watch Party at Oracle Arena included dancing and a surprise musical performance by California-born Montell Jordan singing his hit, "This Is How We Do It".
The halftime show of the Warrior Watch Party at Oracle Arena included dancing and a surprise musical performance by California-born Montell Jordan singing his hit 'This Is How We Do It.' (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
Fans react to the last minutes of the 4th quarter as the Warriors secure their win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on June 8, 2018.
Fans react to the last minutes of the 4th quarter as the Warriors secure their win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on June 8, 2018. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
(Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
Urias Escudero of San Jose cheers as the Warriors secure their win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on June 8, 2018 at the Warrior Watch Party at Oracle Arena in Oakland.
Urias Escudero of San Jose cheers as the Warriors secure their win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on June 8, 2018 at the Warrior Watch Party at Oracle Arena in Oakland. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers for their third NBA Championship title in four years.
The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers for their third NBA Championship title in four years. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
Confetti flew through the air to celebrate the Warriors NBA Finals sweep against the Cavaliers at the Oracle Arena in Oakland.
Confetti flew through the air to celebrate the Warriors NBA Finals sweep against the Cavaliers at the Oracle Arena in Oakland. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
Fans young and old celebrated together at Oracle Arena in Oakland as the Warriors capped off their third NBA title in four years.
Fans young and old celebrated together at Oracle Arena in Oakland as the Warriors capped off their third NBA title in four years. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
Fans celebrate and dance to 1990s hip-hop throwback hits in the plaza outside of Oracle Arena in Oakland following the Warriors win.
Fans celebrate and dance to 1990s hip-hop throwback hits in the plaza outside of Oracle Arena in Oakland following the Warriors win. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
(Samantha Shanahan/KQED)
Fans leaving the Oracle Arena after the Warriors defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers for their second straight NBA Championship title. This is the last season the Warriors will play in Oakland- their new stadium in San Francisco will open for the 2019-2020 season.
Fans leaving the Oracle Arena after the Warriors defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers for their second straight NBA Championship title. This is the last season the Warriors will play in Oakland- their new stadium in San Francisco will open for the 2019-2020 season. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)

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