For the second year in a row, our Golden State Warriors are headed to the NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers. They still have LeBron, but we still have Steph, plus Klay and Draymond and don't forget Andre!

Before we have another chance to see Draymond get drunk and shit-talk the Cavs live on camera at a victory parade again, we'll be seeing landmarks around town turning blue and gold this week, starting last night with the Ferry Building, Coit Tower (which was blue all weekend), and of course City Hall.

Curbed notes that you'll also see the Deloitte building at 555 Mission lit up in Warriors celebration, as well as Oakland's City Hall.

Tuesday afternoon, the Warriors and ABC announced the TV schedule for the Finals, which will begin Thursday, June 2, at Oracle Arena. All games of the series will air at 6 p.m. Pacific Time, with the exception of Game 2 (6/5) and Game 7, which are both Sunday games slated for 5 p.m. PDT. Games 3 and 4 will be in Cleveland at Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday June 8 and Friday June 10. Game 5, IF NECESSARY, will be back in Oakland on Monday June 13.

I'm looking for this series to get wrapped up in five games, with Game 5 being the big win back on home turf. But let's not jinx anything and just hope for a sweep.

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