Best moments from Warriors' championship parade no security issues reported

Best moments from Warriors' championship parade no security issues reported

It's been three years since the Bay Area hosted a championship parade, but neither the city, nor the Warriors, forgot how to take in the moment. 

Stephen Curry hopped on top of a banister at a Muni train station stop and started hitting the sign that was next to him. 

Ayesha Curry pointed at a sign that read "Ayesha can cook," before popping a bottle of champagne and spraying it down on her husband.  

That inspired Curry and Damion Lee to clear out a space in the crowd and pop their own bottle, showering the fans that stood in their path. 

"We represent you guys," Curry told the small crowd made up of team and arena employees at the pre-parade rally. 

The life that you give us, the inspiration, all those things matter. That's what it's all about. Entertaining you guys, 

giving you something to cheer for, be passionate about. It's giving us the platform to go do things that haven't been done before in history and representing the entire Bay Area in the process.