Officials on Monday gave the public a peek at some of the souvenirs that will be available online starting in late June. More than 200 items will be offered, with prices starting at $5.
Legendary rocker Carlos Santana offered his own version of the "Star Spangled Banner" during Game 2 of the NBA finals.
The Mexican-American guitarist took to the court Sunday night at Oracle Arena, accompanied by his wife Cindy Blackman Santana on the drums, for a jazz and rock-and-roll style rendition of the National Anthem ahead of the game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors.
The 10-time Grammy winner shared a quick kiss with his wife before they started playing.
Santana is a Bay Area native and was wearing a yellow top similar to the color of the T-shirts fans wore at Oracle Arena, while his wife is from Ohio, but she was wasn't wearing Cavs colors.
The Cavaliers overcame a fourth-quarter collapse to outlast the Warriors 95-93 to even the NBA Finals at a game apiece.
During halftime the Warriors grabbed a fan from the stands – who the team identified as Jason Valdes – for a half-court shot at a BMW.
Cool as a cucumber, Valdes walked onto center court and nailed the shot for a new car.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.