Golden State Warriors fans who want to join other fans to cheer on the team for Game 3 of the NBA Finals can do so Wednesday night in San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza.
Mayor Ed Lee and the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced Monday that The City will broadcast Wednesday’s Game 3 live on a enormous outdoor screen. The Warriors play the Cavaliers in Cleveland at the Quicken Loans Arena.
Lee said in a statement:
“To keep up the momentum we’re creating a Dub Nation opportunity in front of San Francisco City Hall for families and fans to cheer on our team as they head to Cleveland for Game Three.”
No alcohol will be sold inside the plaza or permitted inside the area. It is suggested that fans arrive early to secure a spot inside the plaza. Rec and Park will enforce the zero alcohol policy and any other illegal substances on the premises.
Phil Ginsburg, general manager for Rec and Park, said in a statement that the department is thrilled to host the viewing for Warriors fans:
“Like parks, the Warriors bring people together in community.”
To show support for the Warriors, City Hall will continue to fly the Warriors flag and be lit with team colors for the remainder of the NBA Finals. Coit Tower and the San Francisco International Airport will also continue to show its Warriors pride by continuing to light up in team colors at night.
Another way fans can watch the game is by purchasing a $20 ticket into Oracle Arena where the arena will broadcast Game 3 and Game 4 of the NBA Finals.