Golden State Warriors Tickets
|Date/Time||Event & Venue/City|
|Feb 3, 2016
|Washington Wizards vs. Golden State Warriors
2014-15 Golden State Warriors preview
The Golden State Warriors are Loveless entering this season. After a summer full of Kevin Love-to-Golden State rumors, the Warriors look pretty much the same as last year. The dreams of trading for Minnesota’s All-Star power forward fell crashing down when Lebron and the Cavs came calling. Golden State fans are now hoping that Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, and their new blistering style of play can take the Warriors further into the playoffs in 2015.
Last year was a good one for the "Splash Brothers" and company. Curry and Thompson led the Warriors to a 51-31 record. They grabbed a second-place finish in the Pacific Division, and the sixth seed in the playoffs. But they were paired with the Los Angeles Clippers, winner of the Pacific. They pushed the Clippers to seven games, before succumbing at the Staples Center.
But their loss to the Clippers proved to be the death knell for head coach Mark Jackson. Despite the team’s success during Jackson’s tenure, the front office seemed to differ with him on everything from style-of-play, to player rotations, to issues with his assistants. New coach Steve Kerr has the potential to bandage up many of those issues. He’s expected to install a wide-open offense similar to that run during his time as General Manager in Phoenix. His personnel acumen and management expertise were on full display during his time with the Suns.
Look for Kerr to free up Curry and Thompson more, while making use of his offensively gifted bigs, Andrew Bogut and David Lee. Both run the floor well, and have above-average ball skills. They will be a perfect fit for Kerr’s offense. So will free agent Leandro Barbosa, who had some of his best years for the Kerr-era Suns. Toss in forwards Harrison Barnes and Draymond Green, and there’s no reason to worry about points in Oracle Arena.
With the hiring of Kerr, Golden State appears to be committing to an all-out assault on the bucket. While Jackson formed the Warriors into a top-10 defense, Kerr will look to set them loose, as the team makes yet another run at the NBA finals in the crowded Western Conference. Get your Warriors tickets now! Golden State is going to show the world all that you can do without Love in your life.
2013-14 Golden State Warriors ticket preview
Golden State Warriors tickets are the hottest thing going as the Warriors look to build off of last season’s success that saw them in the NBA Playoffs after a five-year absence. The Golden State Warriors are among the Western Conference’s best as part of the Pacific Division. With a slate full of games against the division rival Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Phoenix Suns and Sacramento Kings, the Golden State Warriors will go head-to-head with all of the West’s elite. They’ll also lock horns with the best of the best from the rest of the league, including the two-time defending champion Miami Heat, the San Antonio Spurs, New York Knicks, Chicago Bulls and so many more. When you enter the Oracle Arena, you’ll know you’re in for a show, catching Warrior fever as they make their playoff push.
The Golden State Warriors are led by a pair of rising stars in guards Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, while an influx of talent in the likes of Andre Iguodala, Toney Douglas and Jermaine O’Neal bolster the Warriors’ attack. All-Star David Lee, along with Andrew Bogut, Harrison Barnes and Marreese Speights are also key contributors for head coach Mark Jackson, who looks to take his squad to the next level among the NBA’s elite.
The Golden State Warriors franchise dates back to 1946 as the Philadelphia Warriors of the Basketball Association of America. After three seasons in the BAA and 13 as Philadelphia’s entry in the NBA, the Warriors relocated to San Francisco for nine seasons before settling in Oakland and adopting the Golden State surname.
The Golden State Warriors have played their home games at the Oracle Arena since their latest move in 1971, when it was known as the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. No matter the name, The Arena in Oakland is the place to be for NBA basketball in the bay area and you don’t want to miss out!
Buy Golden State Warriors tickets online to see some of the NBA’s biggest stars power the Warriors toward a playoff run against all of the league’s best. Don’t miss out! Get your Golden State Warriors tickets now!