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Below is the current Golden State Warriors schedule. To buy tickets select the date of the basketball game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Warriors tickets by phone.

Game Schedule

Date Event Venue  
06/01/2017 18:00:00.000NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors vs. TBD - Home Game 1Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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06/04/2017 17:00:00.000NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors vs. TBD - Home Game 2Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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06/12/2017 18:00:00.000NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (If Necessary)Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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06/18/2017 17:00:00.000NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (If Necessary)Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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Golden State Warriors Team Info

The Warriors haven't exactly been the top of the National Basketball Association but the team has had a few extended periods of time when they got to shine. In 1975, the Warriors were led by Rick Barry and he took them to a 48-34 record which earned them the number one seed in the Western Conference for the playoffs. The Warriors blew by the opposition winning the series 4-2 then just barely won with a series tally of 4-3. In the NBA Finals the Warriors met up with the team with the best record in the league who finished the season with a 60-22 record. They were heavily favored and no one thought the two future Hall of Famers Wes Unseld and Elvin Hayes could lose to Rick Barry and his group of nobodies. The Warriors shocked the world when they won in four straight games. Barry was named the MVP due to his strong play. The last time the Warriors made it into the postseason was in 1994 when they finished the season with a 46-36 record which put gave them the six seed in the Western Conference. The team was led by Chris Webber, Latrell Sprewell, and Chris Mullin and was coached by Don Nelson.

Last season was a bit disappointing for the Warriors when they finished with a 39-43 record. They did have some bright spots during the season though. In their third game of the year the Warriors came out and put a beating on a top team by outscoring them 87-72 in a game the Warriors wish they could play like every night. The Warriors' star point guard Nick Van Exel was out for most of the season and only played in 39 games which explains why the team didn't live up to its playoff potential that it had at the beginning of the season.