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Golden State Warriors

  • Founded: 1946
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  • History: Philadelphia Warriors (1946-1962), San Francisco Warriors (1962-1971), Golden State Warriors (1971-today)
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  • Team Colors: Blue, Yellow, White
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  • Arena: Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
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  • Championships:6
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  • Head Coach: Steve Kerr
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  • Arrivals: Andrew Bogut, DeMarcus Cousins, Jonas Jerebko
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  • Departures: JaVale McGee, Zaza Pachulia
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  • Rookies: Jacob Evans
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  • Key Players: Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green
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  • Franchise GOAT: Wilt Chamberlain


Position Name Number Height Weight Date of Birth School
Guard Cook, Quinn 4 1,88 m 81 kg 23.03.1993 Duke
Guard Curry, Stephen 30 1,91 m 86 kg 14.03.1988 Davidson
Guard Evans, Jacob 10 1,98 m 90 kg 18.06.1997 Cincinnati
Guard Livingston, Shaun 34 2,01 m 87 kg 11.09.1985 Peoria Central HS
Guard Thompson, Klay 11 2,01 m 98 kg 08.02.1990 Washington State
Guard/Forward Iguodala, Andre 9 1,98 m 98 kg 28.01.1984 Arizona
Forward Durant, Kevin 35 2,06 m 109 kg 29.09.1988 Texas
Forward Green, Draymond 23 2,01 m 104 kg 04.03.1990 Michigan State
Forward Jerebko, Jonas 21 2,08 m 105 kg 12.03.1987 Buffalo
Forward Looney, Kevon 5 2,06 m 100 kg 06.02.1996 UCLA
Forward/Center Bell, Jordan 2 2,06 m 102 kg 07.01.1995 Oregon
Center Cousins, DeMarcus 0 2,11 m 122 kg 13.08.1990 Kentucky
Center Bogut, Andrew 12 2,13 m 118 kg 28.11.1984 Utah
Center Jones, Damian 15 2,13 m 95 kg 21.10.1992 Louisville

The Empire Reloads

Unrivaled. That's how the Golden State Warriors enter the 2019 NBA playoffs. Much like last year Steph Curry and friends are the overwhelming favorites to win the title which would complete the three-peat of three championships in a row. Is there anyone capable of stopping a healthy Golden State team?

Let's be frank here. The Warriors in their current constellation at full strength are unbeatable in a 7-game series. A lot of things have to go wrong in the bay area before anyone even comes close to eliminating them. And even though we have seen crazy things on a basketball court including shocking upsets, bad refereeing and buzzer beaters, in a long series the better team always prevails. And the Warriors simply are the best team in the NBA.

From an offensive point of view Golden State may well have the most potent starting five in NBA history. Even haters must acknowledge that the Warriors can only be prevented from winning their seventh championship by having a catastrophic collapse or injuries to their star players.

The Cousins Experiment


Even without DeMarcus Cousins the Warriors would have been clear favorites for the title. But with him, there is simply no stopping them. They now have 5 All-Stars in their starting line-up which is at least three more than anyone else has.

Of course, Cousins does not fit the long term plans of the defending champion. He's too expensive and the Warriors already have three players contending for max contracts: Curry, Durant and Thompson. But Cousins as a rental for half a season for a bargain price? How could anyone say no to that. It was a low-risk high-reward experiment and the Warriors clearly won out.

Early concerns that the often volatile center might break the team chemistry in Oakland turned out to be unfounded. Even though DeMarcus hasn't lost one bit of his grumpy self he seems to get along with the rest of the team just fine. Add the extra motivation a championship ring (his first) brings and Cousins might just be the one thing that prevents boredom and complacency for the Warriors which is their only real weakness.


Stephen Curry


Kevin Durant


Klay Thompson


Draymond Green


DeMarcus Cousins


Andre Iguodala


If head coach Steve Kerr had any more weapons at his disposal he would have to be investigated by the FBI. The starting five of the Warriors is an accumulation of talent usually reserved for the All-Star Weekend or Olympic competition.

We can only advise all basketball fans to watch the Warriors closely this season. It's probably the last time you will see them in this constellation. Durant, Thompson and Cousins will all be free agents this summer and there's a good chance none of them will be back after the Warriors win the championship.

So, are we saying the third championship in a row is a done deal? Honestly, we can not think of any scenario where the Warriors lose in a 7-game series. Remember the part in 'Infinity War' when Doctor Strange said the Avengers lose against Thanos in 14.000.605 different scenarios and win only in 1? The rest of the league would love those chances.

The products

Here we put everything together a real Warriors fan needs. From official jersey and shorts, to fan t-shirts and socks but also signature shoes from Steph Curry and Kevin Durant. Get yours!