A brand new facility in the Mission Bay neighborhood of San Francisco, the Chase Center is the new home of the Golden State Warriors. Taking over for Oracle Arena, this venue does not disappoint with its incredible design, fit for a dynasty such as the Warriors.
Already the most popular venue in the league, the multiple size configurations are sure to accommodate your group regardless of the amount of attendees. Exceptional service such as VIP parking, top notch catering, and a full concierge will have you feeling like royalty. The beautiful atmosphere is highlighted by the lounge seating, high-top tables, and top of the line in suite HD televisions so you don’t miss any other games around the league. The stylish décor of the Warriors suites are sure to impress.
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A franchise rich in history, the Golden State Warriors story has added an electrifying chapter in recent years as the team has reached new heights, some of which the league has never seen before.
The story of the Warriors stretches back 70 years to when they were founded as the Philadelphia Warriors by Peter A. Tyrell. Two championships were captured by the team in Philadelphia, including one in their inaugural season. Perhaps most noteworthy of their time playing ball in Philadelphia was when star player Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points in a single game against the New York Knicks. A record that has never come close to being eclipsed, this game has gone down in basketball history.
The 1962 season saw the Warriors move to San Francisco and undergo a period of rebuilding as they traded Wilt Chamberlain following a Finals loss in 1964 and struggled to reload the team for the future. They did make it back to the Finals by 1967 only to lose again, this time to the new team in Philadelphia, the 76ers, now led by Wilt Chamberlain.
By 1972, the Warriors were playing full time at the Oakland Coliseum Arena and had adopted their current name, the Golden State Warriors. Strong teams led by Nate Thurmond, Rick Barry, and Jamaal Wilkes kept the Warriors a perennial contender for the title, which was once again captured in 1975 over the heavily favored Washington Bullets. However, key departures in the late 70s led to a period of dormancy for Golden State that lasted until the late 80s.
The Warriors saw another rise to greatness in the late 80s and early 90s with the additions of key players such as Tim Hardaway, Mitch Redmond, and Chris Mullin. Changes in ownership brought more changes to the roster with Chris Webber and Latrell Sprewell joining the team and helping the Warriors reach the playoffs. Negative team chemistry brought about a breakup of the group and a losing record.
The competitive Western Conference was too much for the Warriors teams in the early 2000s led by Jason Richardson, Antawn Jamison, and Gilbert Arenas. That overwhelming competition quashed the championship dreams of the Warriors for several seasons once the playoffs rolled around.
That began to change in 2009 when the Warriors selected Steph Curry with the number seven overall pick in the NBA Draft. And, while many NBA fans were distracted by the drama in Cleveland and Miami with LeBron James and the loaded Heat team he joined, the Golden State Warriors were quietly building a championship dynasty. Andrew Bogut was acquired via a trade and draft pick Klay Thompson took hold of a starting role. Harrison Barnes and Draymond Green were also added to the roster after the 2012 draft. In 2013 the Warriors picked up former 76er Andre Iguodala in free agency.
The pieces were all in place for an incredible run after the Warriors named former NBA player Steve Kerr as their new coach. Well coached and loaded with young and talent, the Golden State Warriors entered the 2015 season as a dominant force. A regular season record of 67-15, the best in the league, set the stage for what would become a breathtaking playoff run. Curry’s MVP performance that season carried the team through New Orleans, Memphis, and Houston before they would face the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. A true team performance was enough to tear down the defending champs and crown the Golden State Warriors as the new NBA Champions.
The 2015-2016 season was dreamlike in the bay area, with their Warriors winning their first 24 games of the season, breaking not only the NBA record but becoming the longest winning streak in major American sports history. Curry, Green, and Thompson were all named to the All Star Team. Records were smashed for triple doubles along with multiple records involving three point shooting. The season culminated in a 73-9 record, the best in NBA history. Curry was named the league MVP for the third straight season. Golden State cruised through the playoffs, again reaching the Finals, where the dream ended against Miami with a game seven loss at home.
The free agency signing of Kevin Durant that off-season shook off the heartbreak of the loss for the team and had them focused on their future. A record of 67-15 saw the Warriors breeze through the regular season and sweep each team along the way to a playoff rematch with Cleveland in the Finals. Enduring only one loss in the entirety of the playoffs, the Warriors recaptured their title as NBA Champions. The 2017-2018 season saw Golden State repeat as champions. Winning their division yet again, the Warriors faced the Cavs for a fourth straight year in the Finals, sweeping them to take home the championship in four games.
The 2018-2019 team looked poised for a three-peat. Winning both their division and conference, the Warriors sent home the Clippers, Rockets, and Trail Blazers to reach the Finals for a fifth straight season. Matching up against the Toronto Raptors, Golden State gave it all they had, but came up short. They lost the series four games to two.
Big changes have come to this team with Kevin Durant leaving for Brooklyn. His uniform number 35 will be retired by the team. Golden State will also retire the number 9 of Andre Iguodala as he was sent to Memphis. DeMarcus Cousins has also left town, headed to the Lakers. Klay Thompson decided to come back, signing a new deal for five years and $190 million. However, he would miss the entire 2019-2020 season due to a knee injury. Kevin Looney also re-signed with Golden State. Draymond Green made it clear that he would be staying by inking a four year $100 million max extension to stay with the Warriors. However, this team lives and dies with Steph Curry. Missing most, if not all, of the season following surgery on a broken hand has left this team struggling mightily to stay afloat.
A blockbuster trade deadline move sent D’Angelo Russell to Minnesota in exchange for Andrew Wiggins and a pair of high draft picks. Golden State has their eyes on the future.
This basketball team lives up to their moniker. Night after night, the Golden State Warriors bring everything they have to the court in pursuit of their next championship. The talent and chemistry this team has makes anything possible. For more information about the Golden State Warriors click here.
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