31 Facts About Warriors

1. The Warriors are Goliath, the team by which all others are measured.

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2. The Warriors have thrived with an oppressive, quick-strike offense built on incredible spacing and mismatches.

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3. Golden State Warriors are still the clear favorites to win the 2019 NBA title, but there's no question that they haven't been quite as dominant this season as they have been in the past.

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4. Steve Kerr feels that the Warriors have a lot to improve on both sides of the ball to start winning games consistently.

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5. The Warriors are second in the NBA in terms of offensive rating behind the Bucks, and their mark is basically the same with Green on or off the floor.

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6. The Warriors beat the Suns for the 17th straight time, including eight in a row in Phoenix.

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7. The Warriors refused to waive McKinnie to make room for McCaw, while keeping another roster open in hopes they can sign another center.

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8. The Warriors would love Robin Lopez if the Bulls reach a buyout agreement with him.

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9. The Warriors miss Pachulia's force and screen setting, McGee's lob threat and West's stature and playmaking.

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10. The Warriors open the season at home for the 13th time in the last 15 years » Find Tickets.

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

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

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13. The 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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14. The 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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15. On June 24, 2010, the Warriors selected Ekpe Udoh with the 6th overall pick of the 2010 NBA draft.

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

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

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

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

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

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21. The 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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22. The Warriors led by 9 with 2:41 left in the game, but Dallas scored 15 straight points.

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

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

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

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27. The 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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28. The 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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29. The 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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30. Golden State Warriors are an American professional basketball team based in Oakland, California.

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31. Golden State Warriors declined to match a two-year, $6 million offer sheet for restricted free agent Patrick McCaw, clearing the way for him to join the Cleveland Cavaliers, league sources told ESPN.

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