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The Golden State Warriors franchise was founded back in 1946 in Philadelphia. In 1962, the team moved to San Francisco in 1962 and kept the city’s name until 1971. The Warriors would play games in Oakland, San Jose, and even San Diego so they rebranded in 1971 as the Golden State Warriors, representing the entire state of California.

The Warriors won the very first Basketball Association of America (BAA) title in 1947. The team became members of the NBA in 1949 when the BAA merged with the National Basketball League (NBL) and formed the NBA.

The Warriors are featured frequently on ESPN, ESPN+, ABC, and TNT as part of nationally broadcasted games. The NBC Sports Bay Area network allows fans to watch regional Warriors games on TV. Fans can also watch via live stream using the NBC Sports app or by going to


The Warriors have had several homes having moved from Philadelphia then to San Francisco and finally to Oakland. Golden State moved into its brand new arena, the Chase Center, prior to the beginning of the 2019-20 NBA season. The new arena is located in San Francisco as opposed to the team’s previous home, Oracle Arena, which was in Oakland. The Chase Center seats 18,064 for Warriors’ home games.


The Warriors are one of the few teams that experienced success right off the bat. They won the first-ever BAA Finals in 1947. The franchise has won NBA titles in four different decades.

Golden State claims seven division titles (1975, 1976, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019). The Warriors have won 11 conference titles, three while in Philadelphia in the Eastern Conference and the other eight in the Western Conference.

The Warriors have won a total of six NBA championships, the most recent in 2018. The others were in 1947, 1956, 1975, 2015, and 2017.


Wilt Chamberlain may be best known for finishing his career in Los Angeles, but he began it as a member of the Warriors. He was the picked by Philadelphia in the 1959 NBA draft. Chamberlain would go down as one of the all-time greats. He was a 13-time All-Star, won one of his four MVPs as a Warrior, and won the All-Star Game MVP in 1960. He led the NBA in scoring seven times, including all but one of his seasons as a Warrior. Chamberlain is still the Warriors franchise leader in points scored (17,783), points per game (41.5) and rebounds per game (25.1).

Nate Thurmond played the bulk of his career – 12 seasons – with the Warriors. He was a seven-time All-Star and was one of the game’s best defenders. He made the NBA’s All-Defensive First or Second Team five times. Thurmond was the first NBA player ever to record a quadruple-double. In 1974 while with Chicago, Thurmond scored 22 points, grabbed 14 rebounds, dished out 13 assists, and blocked 12 shots.

Barring injury or a trade, Golden State’s Stephen Curry should surpass Chamberlain at some point as the franchise’s leading scorer. Curry is a two-time league MVP who led the Warriors to three NBA titles (2015, ’17, and ’18). He is the Warriors all-time leader in 3-pointers with 2,129.