It's a longstanding tradition that politicians make bets when professional sports teams from their states are competing for a championship.

This year's NBA championship between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors is no different. U.S. Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), Rob Portman (R-Ohio), Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) are betting beer ... and a little wine.

If the Warriors win, Brown will deliver a case of beer from Platform Beer Co. to Harris and Feinstein, and Portman will bring a case of Great Lakes Brewing Co. to the California senators. If the Cavaliers prevail, Harris will deliver a case from Anchor Brewing to Brown and Portman, and Feinstein will provide a case of California chardonnay to the Ohio senators.

This is the fourth year the Cavs and the Warriors are meeting in the finals. The Warriors won two of the first three match-ups. On Thursday, the Warriors also won the first game of the 2018 finals in overtime.

“As a lifelong Cleveland sports fan, I’m looking forward to seeing King James and the Cavs settle the score,” Brown said in a prepared statement. “The Cavs have proven all season that they'll do whatever it takes, and I know that we'll see that in the finals.”

“‘In Northeast Ohio, nothing is given. Everything is earned.’ Those are LeBron’s words, but they describe a team whose backs have been against the wall time and time again only to fight back and come out on top,” Portman said in a prepared statement. “Through adversity, injury, and turmoil, the Cavs have banded together and done #WhateverItTakes to win. I expect nothing else this time around, and anyone who does only fuels the fire that drives them. Cavs in 7.”

The senators aren't the only ones making beer bets.

Noble Beast Brewing in Cleveland and San Francisco Brewing Co. in San Francisco have their own bet riding on the game. If the Cavs win, Noble Beast gets to name a San Francisco beer and if the Warriors win, San Francisco gets to name a Noble Beast beer.

"I'll take that bet any day," the Cleveland brewery wrote on its Facebook page. "Easy money."