The Lakers - a franchise valued at $584 million by Forbes - celebrated the team's 15th NBA championship parade on Wednesday marching in double decker buses from the Staples Center to the Coliseum in Los Angeles.

The Lakers earned their victory after beating Orlando Magic 99-86 in Game Five of the NBA finals in Florida on Sunday.

Some of the parade's highlights this year are:

More than 100,000 fans showed up for the parade which lasted about 2 hours.

Participants said the turnout for this year's parade was even larger than the one in 2002 when more than 150,000 people lined the streets, ABC 7 noted.

Veteran Kobe Bryant hinted he may be back with the Lakers next season: Where am I going to go? This is my home, he said according to the L.A. Times.

The Lakers told their fans to be ready for more championships. We're still hungry. We're not done yet. We want more. We want more. ... After experiencing what we experienced in the parade coming here and being in this beautiful stadium. We want to definitely offer you more. So be ready for it, forward Pau Gasol also told the fans, according to ktla news.

The parade and rally expected to cost $2 million was rated by some fans as the best the franchise has ever had. It was amazing, a 19-year old fan Andrea Sixtos told the L.A. Times today.

3 children lost in the parade were found, Los Angeles police said, according to the Associated Press.

Click here to see the fans running to enter the Coliseum and Kobe boarding the bus for the parade.

Click on the video below to get a glance of the route and the players along L.A. streets today: