The Warriors have paraded in four consecutive years, the fourth in eight years.

The parade was their first since moving into new San Francisco apartments. The festive parade was no different from other events in the city in terms of safety and security.

During the parade, there were a few mishaps due to the large crowds. However, all players and fans enjoyed the parade in general.

Stephen Curry's path down Market Street was swarmed by a swarm of crowds shouting for him.

There was no shyness among the Warriors when it came to hyping up their fans.

Coach Steve Kerr, Draymond Green and Shawn Livington were seen signing just about everything they received.

"We're doing well," said fan Dell Chapman. We're having a great time at the parade now that I've got Steve Kerr's signature."

Most people watched the parade from the ground, but some fans chose to look for more creative vantage points, such as on top of plexiglass bus stops.

On foot, horseback, and motorcycle, San Francisco police officers were out in force.On the route, there weren't any major problems.

Fire officials in San Francisco responded mostly to calls of sun exposure and dehydration.It went well for the first NBA championship celebration in San Francisco, according to Mayor London Breed.

Her team is incredible on and off the court, and we're so happy to host this parade along Market Street.The celebration wasn't just for San Francisco.

After 48 years in Oakland, Warriors fans weren't going to let Oakland have all the fun.Oakland resident Mel Saavedra said this is his third parade. 

Despite the fact that it's not happening in Oakland, we're here, we're gonna show off our love for the Dubs.

Along the parade route, many swarms of people swarm subway stations on their way home.There were no injuries or damages reported.