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Golden State Warriors fans are undoubtedly still stunned after their team, the 2014 - 2015 NBA Champions, were unable to pull off a repeat in the 2015 - 2016 finals. Instead of winning in a highly anticipated sweep against the Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James led his team on an historic run to come back and win the series 4 - 3. It was a loss that left a bitter taste in the mouths of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, and the rest of a powerful Warriors team lead by coach Steve Kerr. No one is looking for redemption more than Golden State in the 2016 - 2017 NBA season, so buy all of your Warriors tickets right here.

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Any Golden State loss incites panic among fans, but that’s only because it’s such a rare occurrence. Overreacting to last week’s overtime loss to the Spurs would be a mistake, however, given that the Warriors are close to securing the top spot in the NBA for both offense and defense. That is something no franchise has achieved since the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls. That aside, GSW faces a tough week ahead; they hit the road for the next three, kicking things off against the only team that’s beaten them twice this season. Don’t miss a single second of the Golden State Warriors as they look to redeem themselves against the Memphis Grizzlies this Friday, Feb. 10!
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Despite a few recent missteps, the Golden State Warriors are back at No. 1 in the NBA rankings following a huge 121-96 victory over the Cavaliers Monday. After a Christmas day flop against their rivals, Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green were eager for the rematch with Cleveland on their home turf, and they made outpacing LeBron James seem easy. The Warriors are now headed out for a tough four-game road trip that will send them through Houston, Orlando, Miami and Charlotte before returning home on Jan. 28 against the Los Angeles Clippers. Whether home or away, you don’t want to miss out on seeing this incredible team play live—get your GSW tickets now!

In the past three years, the NBA team that has been receiving a lot of attention has been the Golden State Warriors. Last year, they had the incredible undefeated record for over half of the season, only to bring them to lose to the Cleveland Cavaliers during the championship matchup. This year they are working just as hard to get to the position again where they will get a chance to compete for the coveted NBA Championship trophy. On January 2 the Warriors started the New Year off on the right foot when they defeated the Denver Nuggets. Get your tickets from Razorgator today to see the Golden State Warriors play live.

After the series that cost the Golden State Warriors the NBA title earlier this year, the first game with the Cleveland Cavaliers has been long-awaited by fans. Now, at more than a quarter of the way through the season, the rematch is just days away. This is a showdown that is sure to make the holidays even sweeter for any basketball fan. So this year, after presents are opened and Christmas breakfast is over, don’t spend the rest of the day cooped up at home! Get tickets to see the Nos. 1 and 2 NBA teams face off at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on Dec. 25! We have great seats on sale now for $109 and up.

Sitting happily at No. 1 in the Western Conference and No. 1 overall in the league, the Golden State Warriors took on the No. 5 Clippers Wednesday night at the Staples Center. After the first quarter was over, the Warriors had a significant lead at 37-19, a pace which set the tone for the rest of the evening. Even though Steph Curry did not sink a three-pointer and Kevin Durrant shot poorly, the mediocre effort from the Dubs was enough to get the 115-98 victory over Los Angeles. Golden State is on the road for the next four, returning to the Oracle Arena on Thursday, Dec. 15, against the Knicks. You won’t be disappointed with our selection of seats or our prices—get tickets now for $69 and up!

Efficient offense is the name of the game right now for the Golden State Warriors. Great ball movement, clean looks and a heap of momentum has the Warriors at No. 3 in the NBA and No. 2 in the Western Conference. At this point in the season, it’s clear that Golden State still has work to do defensively, but many fans think it simply wouldn’t be fair to the other franchises if the team were so close to perfect on both sides of the ball. Following an away game against the Lakers this Friday, Nov. 25, the Warriors will be playing a stretch of five home games at the Oracle Arena. Don’t wait to get your tickets—we have a great selection on sale now!

After a loss against the Lakers on November 4, the Golden State Warriors added another victory to their record when they beat the Pelicans on the 7. Stephen Curry had the most 3-pointers in a game, nabbing 13 of them in a game right after his streak of 157 games during which he had at least one 3 pointer was broken. In total, Curry had 46 points to help the team reach victory. Klay Thompson added 24 points and Kevin Durant helped with 22 points. The Warriors host the Mavericks on the 9 before heading to Denver to pay the Nuggets on the 10. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $40.

Falling behind early on proved costly for the Golden State Warriors in their season and home opener against the Spurs at the Oracle Arena Tuesday night. Leading 16-12 in the first quarter, the Warriors couldn’t stop a huge 19-4 run from the Spurs despite the best efforts of Kevin Durant and Steph Curry, who finished with 27 and 26 points, respectively. Up next, Golden State will try to shake off the loss as they hit the road for the next three against the Pelicans, Suns and the Trail Blazers before returning to the Oracle Arena Nov. 3 to face the Oklahoma City Thunder. Be there to cheer on the Golden State Warriors by purchasing your tickets now for $109 and up.

The league was abuzz after the Golden State Warriors lost the first game of the preseason and fans started to think that maybe the signing of Kevin Durante wouldn’t make this team unbeatable. Naturally, the Warriors went on to silence critics by winning the next two games and proved that this is definitely one of the strongest teams in NBA history. Production is coming from every player on the court, and there’s no question that the Dubs have the talent to bring another championship back to the Bay Area. Regular season basketball comes to Oracle Arena on October 25 when the San Antonio Spurs come to town. Tickets for that game start at $153.

Even people who don’t like basketball know about the Golden State Warriors signing Kevin Durant during the offseason. The biggest free agent acquisition of the summer made waves around the NBA, and fans will soon be able to see how that move translates on the court. Word from inside the Warriors’ camp has been entirely positive, and it seems like Durant hasn’t upset the team’s incredible chemistry. The true test will come when the games really start to matter, and that moment is just around the corner. The Warriors open the preseason at Oracle with a game against the Los Angeles Clippers on October 4, and tickets start as low as $79.

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