SF Viewing Parties Planned For Tonight’s Golden State Warriors Game

Two watch parties are being held in San Francisco tonight as the Golden State Warriors continue their first NBA playoff run in six years.

The parties are being organized by “Warriors on the Waterfront,” a group that launched last week in support of the team’s proposed waterfront arena in San Francisco.

Previously: Group Launches Campaign In Support Of Waterfront Golden State Warriors Arena

The gatherings are scheduled for 7 p.m. at Original Joe’s restaurant at 601 Union St. in North Beach and at Stock in Trade at 2036 Lombard St. in the Marina District, according to the group.

The sixth-seeded Warriors lost Game 1 of their Western Conference first round match-up on Saturday on a last-second basket by the third-seeded Denver Nuggets and also lost All-Star forward David Lee to a hip injury for the rest of the playoffs.

The Warriors will try to even the series in a game that tips off at 7:30 p.m. The team will then come home to Oakland for Games 3 and 4 on Friday and Sunday.

More information about Warriors on the Waterfront, along with the times and locations of future watch parties, can be found on the group’s website at www.warriorsonthewaterfront.com.

Dan McMenamin, Bay City News

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  • eriksuperman

    I bet you guys had a ton of fun at these parties, while we
    were stunned and crying here in Denver, lol. I look at the score and
    wonder HOW Denver lost when they scored 117 points, but 65% shooting from the
    Cali crew is a monstrous mountain to overcome. I wasn’t at a viewing
    party, I was working my shift at DISH during the first half; when it was over I
    hopped on the bus home and watched live on my iPad. I can take all my TV
    and DVR with me with my DISH Anywhere app; it’s really cool having my TV
    wherever I go, but I bet I looked a bit sullen to the others on the bus.

  • eriksuperman

    I bet you guys had a ton of fun at these parties, while we
    were stunned and crying here in Denver, lol. I look at the score and
    wonder HOW Denver lost when they scored 117 points, but 65% shooting from the
    Cali crew is a monstrous mountain to overcome. I wasn’t at a viewing
    party, I was working my shift at DISH during the first half; when it was over I
    hopped on the bus home and watched live on my iPad. I can take all my TV
    and DVR with me with my DISH Anywhere app; it’s really cool having my TV
    wherever I go, but I bet I looked a bit sullen to the others on the bus.