The Golden State Warriors are set to celebrate their 2022

The Golden State Warriors are set to celebrate their 2022 NBA championship with a parade in downtown San Francisco on Monday, but this year's festivities will be slightly toned down.

According to Kylen Mills of Kron 4 News in the Bay Area, there will not be a rally before or after the parade, and players won't be making any public speeches.

Instead, the Warriors will reportedly broadcast their speeches from a private ceremony an hour before the parade starts.

Golden State's championship parade is set to begin at 2:20 p.m. ET and will be broadcast live on NBA TV.It's the fourth title celebration in eight years for the Warriors, who defeated the Boston Celtics in six games in the 2022 NBA Finals.

"Even though there will not be a rally on Monday, Golden State fans will surely be excited to celebrate another championship for the Bay Area.

This year's championship run was defined by Golden State's resiliency

and grit against spirited competition.