If there is one thing the Golden State Warriors have mastered, it's basketball. Thing is, there's another hidden skill that's come up on our radar, and that's partying. Let's be real. Why wouldn't the Warriors continue the celebratory raging? Their NBA championship win is still fresh and glorious. As I wrote about a week ago, the teammates were spotted the night of the epic, thrilling, battle-resembling game getting down in style (hundreds of thousands of dollars in champagne, that is) at a club in San Francisco.
Well, while a celebration in your team's radius is essential, so is one in the epicenter of party culture- Las Vegas, duh!
The Warriors redefined party hopping this past weekend (also EDC weekend) in Vegas. Here is a narrative of their escapades.
On Thursday (June 15), players including Ian Clark, Andre Inguodala, JaVale McGee, and David West rrived to Drai's Nightclub on two party buses with a large group. They headed over to two VIP booths and sipped on Moet & Chandon and Hennessy. Later in the night, Klay Thompson joined he party before the teammates joined Draymond Green at Drai's Afterhours.
On Friday, they hosted an exclusive celebration at Jewel Nightclub inside Aria Resort & Casino. Players Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, Mat Barnes and others were greeted by a tremendous drum line as they approached their VIP tables. Green was the life of the party, hopping all around and even spraying champagne off the DJ booth.
Saturday, many of those same players in addition to more kept the party going at Liquid Pool and Lounge at Aria. They arrived around 2:30 pm to the pool where DJ Oliver Heldens was performing and danced, drank, and mingled with guests in full celebratory fashion.