NBA Finals: Locker room celebrations through the years

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Champagne (usually Moët & Chandon), goggles and cigars – all things that you can usually spot in a typical locker-room celebration following the crowning of a new NBA champion.

With Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and the Golden State Warriors locking up their 7th title as a franchise on Thursday, we decided to put together a gallery of every locker-room celebration we could find.

We even went as far back as the early 1960s for Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers celebrations after winning championships.

Check it out below.

2022: Golden State Warriors

2021: Milwaukee Bucks

2020: Los Angeles Lakers

2019: Toronto Raptors

2018: Golden State Warriors

2017: Golden State Warriors

2016: Cleveland Cavaliers

2015: Golden State Warriors

2014: San Antonio Spurs

2013: Miami Heat

2012: Miami Heat

2011: Dallas Mavericks

2010: Los Angeles Lakers

2009: Los Angeles Lakers

2008: Boston Celtics

2007: San Antonio Spurs

2006: Miami Heat

2005: San Antonio Spurs

2004: Detroit Pistons

2003: San Antonio Spurs

2002: Los Angeles Lakers

2001: Los Angeles Lakers

2000: Los Angeles Lakers

1999: San Antonio Spurs

1998: Chicago Bulls

1995: Houston Rockets

1989: Detroit Pistons

1987: Los Angeles Lakers

1981: Boston Celtics

1980: Los Angeles Lakers

1967: Philadelphia 76ers

1962: Boston Celtics

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