The Golden State Warriors celebrated the NBA championship with nearly $200,000 worth of a limited edition champagne

The Golden State Warriors avenged their gut-wrenching loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2016 NBA Finals with a win in Game 5, winning their second championship in three years.

After the game, the Warriors partook in a celebration that, on the surface, looked like most championship celebrations these days, including ski goggles and alcohol showers. Except this one was different than most in that it may have been the most expensive locker room celebration in sports history.

According to Darren Rovell of ESPN, the Warriors celebrated with 150 bottles of champagne. Specifically, they were “liminous” magnum bottles of limited edition Moët Impérial Golden, valued at $US1,200 each.

That’s $US180,000 worth of champagne.

And of course, a lot of it ended up on the floor. 

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