The 2018 Golden State Warriors playoff schedule is here and they will be facing the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference Finals. If they can make it past the third round they will face either the Boston Celtics or Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
The Golden State average ticket price for the NBA regular season games has seen a steep contrast compared from the current season to the past five seasons. The ticket price average through seasons 2011-2015 stayed under $100, the lowest price reaching an average of $17 in the 2011-2012 regular season. The Warriors largest decrease came during the 2015-2016 season with a drop of 26%, moving from an $84 average ticket price to a $62 price. The average ticket price for Golden State Warriors regular season NBA tickets for the 2016-2017 season is currently at $199, which is the highest ticket price in the last 6 years and a 221% increase from the previous season.
(Data updated 10/28/2016)
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2018 Warriors Season Preview
The best team in the NBA (perhaps ever) lost Matt Barnes, Ian Clark and James Michael McAdoo over the off-season. Translation – the Warriors lost nothing. Barnes is now better known for his off the court antics than on the court production, and the other two are below average role players for now. Golden State brought in Omri Casspi and Nick Young which will automatically improve their depth, and unproven, but serviceable players in Chris Boucher, Georges Niang and Jordan Bell. If any of those five, turn into 8-point players per night, another NBA title is all but guaranteed for the Golden State Warriors. The starting lineup for Golden State, unless you’ve forgotten, is Curry and Klay in the backcourt, with Durant and Draymond at forward and Zaza Pachulia at center. Four of the starting five are Top 1, 2 or 3 at their respective positions in the NBA. That’s a jaw-dropping statistic, and something we’ve never seen before – ever. When Draymond needs a rest, insert David West. If Klay needs a breather, in comes Andre Iguodala. Curry needs a Gatorade, no worries, Shaun Livingston will handle the point for some minutes. The options are endless here. Kudos to the Warriors for keeping this train running and off to another title. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena or supporting the Warriors on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017-2018 Golden State tickets, including home and away games.
Golden State Warriors Basketball at Oracle Arena Address: 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland, California, 94621
The Warriors play their home games at Oracle Arena, located in Oakland, California. When filled to capacity, Oracle Arena holds more than 19,500 screaming Warriors fans. One of the oldest venues in the NBA, Oracle Arena is part of a bustling sports hotbed in Oakland, located right next to O.co Coliseum, the home of the NFL’s Raiders and MLB’s Athletics. The Golden State Warriors home bench is on the court side of Oracle Arena in front of sections 27 & 28. Oracle Arena parking information is covered in out Warriors event guide.
Warriors vs. Lakers
As one of the oldest match-ups in NBA history, the Warriors and the Lakers have played over 430 total games throughout their history that includes over 30 postseason games. The highlight of the playoff series came when the two teams met in the 1968 and 1973 Western Conference Finals. This rivalry has been revitalized in recent seasons with the Warriors young talent starting to come to fruition.
Warriors vs. Kings
As regional rivals, it is only natural for the games between the Warriors and the Kings to be hostile and intense. With both teams playing in their current city, Golden State and Sacramento have met over 120 times. The close-proximity of both franchises has led the fan bases to not get along and this rivalry will only increase as both teams continue to improve on the basketball court.
Warriors vs. Mavericks
The Warriors and the Mavericks have played over 135 regular season games throughout the years with the highlight of this rivalry coming in 2007 when Golden State knocked out Dallas in the first round of the Western Conference Playoffs. With star Dirk Nowitzki with the Mavericks and budding star Stephen Curry with the Warriors, the rivalry will only get better.
Warriors in the NBA Finals, Western Conference Championships and NBA Playoffs
The Warriors have won multiple NBA championships to go along with their 3+ Western Conference titles. Golden State also won back-to-back division titles in the mid-1970s. The Warriors have had legends such as Wilt Chamberlain and Chris Mullin play for the organization over the years that made Golden State one of the more successful franchises in the league.
2016 Golden State Warriors Season Preview
The Golden State Warriors come back to the 2016-2017 season after a record-setting season. The Warriors set the most wins ever recorded in an NBA season with 73 wins and only 9 losses. As the defending NBA champions, the Golden State Warriors came into the 2016 NBA Finals against the Cavaliers for a second consecutive win. They were not able to end the season on a high note losing the Finals from a 3 game lead to a result of 3-4 against Cleveland. Coming into the 2016-2017 season the Warriors roster is primed for another showing in an NBA Final. With Kevin Durant joining the Warriors' Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green in San Francisco this season the odds are in their favor and seen as a favorite for the 2017 NBA title.
2015 Golden State Warriors Season Preview
The Golden State Warriors had a dream season a year ago. The Warriors won 67 regular season games, Steph Curry was the league MVP, and the Warriors crushed their playoff competition, to with their first title in 4 decades. The Golden State Warriors were able to power through their competition with a roster that is made up of team minded stars who relentlessly attack opponents. The 2015 Golden State Warriors return with practically the same roster as a year ago, and are primed for defending their championship. Steph Curry returns as arguably the best offensive player in the world, and is surrounded by stars Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, and Andre Iguodala. There may not be a team in the league with the depth of the Warriors and it will be hard to not see Golden State returning to the Western Conference finals this season.
2014 Golden State Warriors Season Preview
Possibly no team was as excited about the 2013-14 NBA season as the Golden State Warriors. Following their first playoff appearance since 2007, the Warriors added star Andre Iguodala to provide a 1-2 punch with superstar Stephen Curry. The Warriors lived up to their hype, recording the 5th 50 win season in the history of the franchise and played one of the most exciting 7 game playoff series in recent memory. Coming into the 2014-15 season, the Golden State Warriors have made some significant changes to their roster to try and take that next step in the Western Conference. Gone from Golden State are Steve Blake, Jermaine O’Neal, and Jordan Crawford. Replacing them will be Shaun Livingston and Leandro Barbosa. Also new for the Warriors is the additions of Steve Kerr as the head coach at Golden State. Kerr inherits an extremely talented and eager Golden State Warriors roster and will hopefully make the right tweaks to put them over the top.
2013 Golden State Warriors Season Preview
Second place in the Pacific Division and a first-round win over the #3 seed Denver Nuggets in the playoffs has the Warriors and their fans looking forward to the 2013-14 season like never before. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson proved to the world they were two of the NBA’s most elite shooters, and head coach Mark Jackson has the additions of Seth Curry, Andre Iguodala and Jermaine O’Neal to try to put together and even better season this go-around. Andrew Bogut could be the missing piece of the puzzle, because when the big man is healthy he takes up a lot of space and bothers anyone trying to shoot near the paint. It’s a big if though, as Bogut has missed over 60% of the Warriors games the last two seasons. The potential is now in place for Golden State to bring a big-time winner to Oakland.
2012 Golden State Warriors Season Preview
Along with Oklahoma City, the Golden State Warriors are one of the more compelling young teams in the league. Specifically, the team’s backcourt is especially wondrous with Stephen Curry and Monta Ellis handling the rock and moving teammates into space. As a testament to the team’s amazing offense, the Warriors ranked seventh in both assists and points per game. Unfortunately, the team’s defense was a bit more porous, allowing a hefty 105.7 points per game. For the Warriors to go far, they’re going to need the big men—specifically center David Lee, and forwards Dorell Wright and Reggie Williams—to come through in the clutch.
2011 Golden State Warriors Season Preview
The Golden State Warriors should once again be an exciting team in the 2009-2010 NBA season. Head Coach Don Nelson has a roster stocked with athletic talent; the question is whether he can put the pieces together to get the Warriors back in the playoffs. Monta Ellis and Corey Maggette should help lead the Warriors offensive attack. If they can get Golden State playing up to their potential, then the Warriors should be one of the eight teams in the Western Conference playoffs.
2010 Golden State Warriors Season Preview
The Golden State Warriors are finally getting the ball rolling in Oakland. The Warriors are coming off two winning seasons, and are looking to take to the playoffs this season. With three new recruits in Corey Maggette, Marcus Williams, and Ronnie Turiaf, the Warriors are adding some potentially dangerous defense to their team. A game at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California should prove to be a wild and fast paced experience you won’t want to miss.
Golden State Warriors News - 11/17/2017
After winning their second championship in three years – led by 2016’s biggest offseason signing in Kevin Durant – the Warriors bring back the entire core of their championship roster, and add veteran 3-point shooter Nick Young to their arsenal, as well. However, after a late collapse to the Houston Rockets on opening night, it’s clear that the Warriors will have to be just as vigilant this year if they want to repeat as champions.