California, Ohio senators unveil wager for NBA finals
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Four senators are wagering booze over the outcome of the NBA Finals. 

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If the Warriors win, Brown and Portman will have to deliver a case of beer each – Platform Brewing Company in Brown's case and Great Lakes Brewing in Portman's – to the California senators. 

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If the Cavaliers emerge victorious, the Ohio senators will receive a case of beer from Anchor Brewing from Harris and a case of California Chardonnay from Feinstein. 

The Cavs and the Warriors have met in every NBA Finals since 2015. The teams are set to face off in their first game of the Finals on Thursday night.

The Cavs are hoping to reclaim their title, after they were vanquished by the Warriors last year.