To the victors go the spoils.
For newly-minted NBA champions Festus Ezeli and James Michael McAdoo, that meant being invited to spend the evening with the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants.
The two young Warriors took part in pregame festivities, including throwing out the ceremonial first pitch, and spent time in the clubhouse with Giants players.
Ezeli and McAdoo join Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson as Warriors players to visit the Bay Area baseball teams in recent weeks.
On Friday, May 29, Curry, wife Ayesha and parents Dell and Sonya attended the Giants home game against the Braves. They posed for a photo with Hall of Famer Willie Mays and sat front-row for the game.
“It was cool,” Giants catcher Buster Posey said that night of Curry's attendance. “You could tell there was a little extra electricity. Everybody was excited he was here. I got to speak to him really quickly right before the game. I’m definitely pulling for him, for all of them.”
Two days later, despite battling a concussion suffered in the Western Conference Semifinals against the Rockets, Klay Thompson made an appearance at the A's-Yankees game in Oakland and tipped his A's hat to the crowd.