Golden State Warriors Win NBA Title: Watch Co-Owner Peter Guber Accept Trophy
The team topped the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 105-97.
Today was a very good day for Golden State Warriors fans, not to mention Hollywood executive Peter Guber.
The Warriors defeated LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday with a 105-97 victory in game six to take the NBA title, marking the franchise's first championship since 1975.
After the game, Guber, co-owner of the Warriors, accepted the Larry O'Brien trophy from NBA commissioner Adam Silver.
Guber, who also co-owns the Los Angeles Dodgers, is chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment, which has produced films ranging from The Kids Are All Right to Soul Surfer. He has also produced such films as Batman and Flashdance.
Rob Lowe tweeted about Guber: "Fun fact: the producer of my old movie Youngblood may win an NBA title tonight. Peter Guber part owner of the #Warriors."
Video of the trophy ceremony can be seen below, as can Lowe's tweet.
Fun fact: the producer of my old movie "Youngblood" may win an NBA title tonight. Peter Guber part owner of the #Warriors— Rob Lowe (@RobLowe) June 17, 2015