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Golden State Warriors Parking Passes

Golden State Warriors Parking Passes Tickets

Head into Warriors Ground with the Golden State Warriors

For Bay Area basketball fans, there's nothing quite like catching a Golden State Warriors game live. Since 1966, the team has played in the same arena in Oakland, establishing itself as a true local franchise on par with the Giants or 49ers. Heading out to a Warriors game means getting ready to cheer on some of the most exciting players in the NBA as they compete against other Pacific Conference teams for a playoff bid. If you enjoy watching the action live on a regular basis, choosing Golden State Warriors parking passes can help cut down on stadium frustrations and save you money.


The Golden State Warriors play in a traditionally competitive conference, but that doesn't mean it's been easy for fans to identify a clear team rival. Most Warriors lovers and sports writers say that the Bay Area team is poised for a great rivalry with either the nearby Sacramento Kings or the LA Clippers. Of course, some fans like to say that the Warriors are also a rival of the LA Lakers. No matter which rivalry you choose to follow, you're sure to enjoy fast-paced action and classic West Coast basketball when you head to a Golden State Warriors game.


In recent years, the Warriors have focused on building strength in their roster and bringing up a young team that can rival any experienced NBA crew. The centerpiece of their strategy has been Steph Curry, one of the most exciting players in the NBA. Center David Lee and forward Andre Igoudala have joined the roster to round out a fast-playing, hard-winning team. And don't forget big man Andrew Bogut, who relentlessly defends the hoop. If you've never seen a Warriors game live, you don't know what kind of athletic feats you're missing out on. The Warriors are truly a joy to watch as they fly up and down the court at Oracle Arena in their fast, breakaway offense.


Founded in 1946 as the Philadelphia Warriors, the team made its way to California in 1962 and was renamed the Golden State Warriors in 1971. The team won the first-ever championship in the Basketball Association of America (BAA). Fans have been cheering their team on in the same stadium for decades, and the friendly, laidback feel of the Bay Area is always evident in and around the arena.

Hall of Fame Players

The Golden State Warriors team has been home to some of the best players in the NBA and boasts some 18 hall of famers as former players. Perhaps the most well known is Wilt Chamberlain. Every true NBA fan knows that Wilt was a legend in his time. Other hall of famers include Rick Barry, Chris Mullin, Ralph Sampson, Jamaal Wilkes and coach Don Nelson.


Did you know that Warriors star Steph Curry is the son of former NBA star Dell Curry? Curry isn't the only famous Clipper though. Legend Wilt Chamberlain is still the all-time scoring leader for the Warriors and former head coach Al Attles has the most wins in team history, with a total of 557 between 1970 and 1983. Of course, long-time fans know that the Warriors were located in San Francisco before moving to their permanent home in Oakland; however, it won't be long before the Warriors return to San Francisco with a stadium scheduled to be finished in 2017.

Postseason History

With a fresh, new team and revitalized program, the postseason prospects for the Golden State Warriors have improved significantly since the early 2000s. Since their initial founding, the Golden State Warriors have won two NBA championship titles, one in 1956 and another in 1975. Since they were renamed the Golden State Warriors in 1971, the team has gone to the playoffs 12 times and has advanced to the second round nine times.

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