Golden State Warriors Tickets

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The Golden State Warriors have a new head coach in former NBA point guard Mark Jackson. Jackson takes over a talented young roster coming off a 36-win season in the competitive Western Conference. Though this left them 10 games behind the eighth seed, the Warriors cannot consider last season a failure. They improved their regular season record by 10 games with a new coach.

This season Jackson will have an abbreviated Golden State Warriors season, which gives him less time to prepare the roster in his first coaching gig. He is not walking into a completely hopeless situation. The top four scorers are returning and the Warriors best post defender is entering his second season. Of course, Ellis and Curry are a dangerous combination on offense. Ellis can penetrate and is a respectable outside shooter and Curry is a respectable penetrator and excellent outside shooter.

David Lee cleans up the boards and is quick enough to torment big post players on the block. Small forward Dorell Wright had a breakout season after six seasons mostly on the bench in Miami. Wright has the range and quickness to fit in with this roster. Ekpe Udoh certainly endured some growing pains, but he filled in quite admirably for the injured Adris Biedrins and surpassed him as a shot blocker, averaging 2.1 after the All Star game.

Golden State Warriors History

Sometimes people have a hard time placing this basketball team. The Golden State Warriors location is a mystery to those who do not know the nation's landmarks. The franchise plays on the Oakland side of the Golden Gate Bridge, where the team has played since the team moved from across the bay in 1971. Actually, the franchise started in Philadelphia in 1946 and moved west to San Fran in 1962.

That early Warriors era included two early championships with players like Joe Fulks, Paul Arizin, and Neil Johnston. The Philadelphia Warriors also introduced the NBA to Wilt Chamberlain, but failed to win anything but individual records during his six seasons with the franchise. After moving to Golden State, the Warriors tickets became entertaining sports tickets to see Rick Barry lead the basketball team with the help of Jamaal Wilkes and Phil Smith to the 1975 NBA Finals and bring home a third title for the organization.

The Warriors ended the 1970s by dipping into the a nearly decade long struggle before Coach Don Nelson used the lineup of Tim Hardaway, Mitch Richmond, and Chris Mullen to form the core of a high scoring, competitive team in the Pacific Division and Western Conference. Personality clashes and questionable trades plagued the Warrior franchise. They tried to score themselves out of the lottery with the return of Coach Don Nelson and the "run and gun" style of the 1980s. The Warriors have continued to show promise and now have two talented young guards ready to lead this team back to the postseason. TheSeats has the Golden State Warriors tickets to catch a game at the Oracle Arena to see if Ellis and Curry can indeed extend the Warriors schedule into the playoffs.

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