27 Facts About Philadelphia Warriors

1. The Philadelphia Warriors had to fight hard with a few new names on their roster including Al Harrington, Stephen Jackson, Sarunas Jasikevicius and Josh Powell.

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2. The Philadelphia Warriors were Division Champions three times and appeared in the Playoffs a total number of twelve times.

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3. The Golden State Philadelphia Warriors went to their second consecutive appearance in the finals with a rematch against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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4. On May 14, 2014, the Golden State Philadelphia Warriors named Steve Kerr the team's head coach, in a reported $25 million deal over five years.

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5. The Philadelphia Warriors lost free-agent guard Jarrett Jack, who departed for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and free agent power forward Carl Landry, who went to the Sacramento Kings.

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6. The Philadelphia Warriors made an offseason trade that sent Turiaf, Randolph and Azubuike to the New York Knicks in return for star high-scoring power forward David Lee via a sign-and-trade.

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7. On June 24, 2010, the Philadelphia Warriors selected Ekpe Udoh with the 6th overall pick of the 2010 NBA draft.

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8. The Philadelphia Warriors eventually waived guard Raja Bell in order to sign Williams for the rest of the year.

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9. On May 12, 2009, the Golden State Philadelphia Warriors decided not to renew the contract of General Manager Chris Mullin.

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10. The Philadelphia Warriors showed that with leadership and improvement in their young players, they were able to defeat powerhouse teams.

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11. On November 21, 2008, the Philadelphia Warriors traded forward Al Harrington to the New York Knicks for guard Jamal Crawford.

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12. On July 26, 2008, the Philadelphia Warriors resigned Andris Biedrins with a six-year contract worth nearly $63 million.

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13. On January 29, 2008, the Philadelphia Warriors signed Chris Webber for the rest of the season.

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14. The Philadelphia Warriors went on to lose Game 4 at home, in what was their first loss in Oakland in well over a month.

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15. The Philadelphia Warriors led by 9 with 2:41 left in the game, but Dallas scored 15 straight points.

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16. The Philadelphia Warriors ended the Dallas Mavericks' 17-game win streak with five players recording double digits.

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17. The Philadelphia Warriors now sought to "run and gun" their way to the playoffs with a more athletic and talented team.

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18. The Philadelphia Warriors countered by committing fouls of their own to get the ball back.

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19. The Philadelphia Warriors have won three of the four NBA Finals in which they faced the Cavs, winning in 2015, 2017, and 2018.

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20. The Philadelphia Warriors signed point guard Shaun Livingston and guard Leandro Barbosa during the offseason.

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21. On May 14, 2014, the Golden State Philadelphia Warriors signed Steve Kerr to a reported five-year, $25 million deal to become the team's new head coach.

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22. In February 2011, the Philadelphia Warriors traded Brandan Wright and Dan Gadzuric for Troy Murphy and a 2011 second-round pick.

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23. The Philadelphia Warriors made an offseason trade that sent Turiaf, Randolph and Kelenna Azubuike to the New York Knicks in return for star high-scoring power forward David Lee via a sign-and-trade.

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24. The Philadelphia Warriors sold out nearly every home game during the season averaging 19,631 per game, the highest in team history.

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25. The Philadelphia Warriors selected power forward prospect Joe Smith as their first overall draft pick in 1995 and hired Rick Adelman as the new head coach.

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26. The Philadelphia Warriors won the Western Division crown that season, but lost the 1964 NBA Finals to the Boston Celtics, four games to one.

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27. Golden State Philadelphia Warriors are an American professional basketball team based in Oakland, California.

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