Fans who hope to see the Warriors franchise return to “The City” in the future have been taking out full page ads in the San Francisco Chronicle to let the NBA team know there is plenty of support for an arena in San Francisco.
Both Oakland and San Francisco think they can lay claim to being the past and future home of the Warriors. And while it’s not yet entirely clear where the team will be playing in a decade, it is clear that both cities are willing to get all dressed up for the team’s first NBA Finals run in 40 years.
It appears there are Warriors fans among the hackers who’ve been messing with electronic roadway signs.
While Saint Mary’s College is a few miles away from the home of the Warriors, teammates of Matthew Dellavedova are cheering on his Cleveland Cavailers in the NBA Finals.
The Warriors trimmed a 20-point deficit down to one with about 2 1/2 minutes left, but Matthew Dellavedova converted a three-point play, James made a 3-pointer and Tristan Thompson added a free throw for an 88-80 advantage with 1:31 to play.
When LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers take the court for Game 3 of the NBA Finals they’ll have to take on the Golden State Warriors, all of them, even the traveling secretary and the facilities crew.
Despite losing Game 1 of the NBA Finals to the Golden State Warriors Thursday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers received little sympathy from Warriors fans outside the team’s hotel on Friday.
If the Cleveland Cavaliers are going to win the NBA Championship, they’ll have to do it without their second leading scorer.
Stephen Curry scored 26 points, including the first four of overtime, and the Golden State Warriors overcame LeBron James’ 44 points for a 108-100 victory Thursday night in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
This may not be real, but it is funny. Tickets are currently going for $815 and up.