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    Konferans Batı Konferansı

    Grup Pasifik Grubu Kuruluşu 1946

    Tarihçe Philadelphia Warriors

    1946–1962

    San Francisco Warriors

    1962–1971

    Golden State Warriors

    1971–günümüz Salon Chase Center

    Şehir San Francisco, Kaliforniya

    Renkler Kraliyet mavisi, altın sarısı, barut siyahı, beyaz

    Sahibi Joe Lacob (çoğunluğu), Peter Guber

    Genel menajer Bob Myers

    Baş antrenör Steve Kerr

    D-Lig takımı Santa Cruz Warriors

    Lig Şampiyonlukları BAA: 1 (1947)

    NBA: 6 (1956, 1975, 2015, 2017, 2018)

    Konferans şampiyonlukları 11

    Doğu: 3 (1947, 1948, 1956)Batı: 8 (1964, 1967, 1975, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)

    Grup şampiyonlukları 7 (1975, 1976, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)

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    İç sahaDeplasmanGolden State Warriors, NBA'de Pasifik Grubu'nda yer alan Oakland, Kaliforniya takımdır. 1946'da Philadelphia, Pensilvanya'da Philadelphia Warriors adıyla kurulmuştur. NBA'de 1947, 1956, 1975, 2015, 2017 ve 2018 yıllarında olmak üzere 6 kez şampiyon olmuştur.

    Üç şampiyonluğun ardından 40 yıl sonra 2015 Finallerinde Cleveland Cavaliers'ı geçerek şampiyon olmuşlardır.

    2015–16 sezonunda 73 galibiyet 9 mağlubiyet alarak NBA tarihinin normal sezonda en çok kazanan takımı unvanını almıştır.

    İçindekiler

    1 Tarihi

    1.1 1946–1962: Philadelphia Warriors

    1.2 1962–1971: San Francisco Warriors

    1.3 1971–Günümüz: Golden State Warriors

    2 Oyuncular 2.1 Güncel kadro

    2.2 Emekli numaralar

    3 Koçlar 4 Salon 5 Kaynakça

    Tarihi[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    1946–1962: Philadelphia Warriors[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    Warriors, Peter A. Tyrrell tarafından 1946 senesinde Philadelphia Warriors ismiyle kuruldu. 1946-47 sezonunda Chicago Stags'i 4-1 yenerek şampiyon oldu. NBA yönetimi tarafından ilk şampiyonluk olarak kabul edilir. Bir sene sonra 1947 - 48 sezonunda da final oynamayı başardılar fakat Baltimore Bullets karşısında 4 - 2 yenildiler. İkinci şampiyonluğu ise 1955 - 1956 sezonu'nda Fort Wayne Pistons karşı 4-1 yenerek aldılar.

    1962–1971: San Francisco Warriors[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    1962 senesinde Franklin Mieuli takımın büyük bir kısmını satın aldı ve San Francisco'ya taşıdı. Ayrıca takımın ismini San Francisco Warriors olarak değiştirdi. 1962 - 64 senelerinde Warriors, maçlarını genel olarak Cow Palace'de oynadı. 1964 - 66 senelerinde ise San Francisco Civic Auditorium'i tercih etti.

    1963 - 64 sezonunda finale yükselmesine rağmen Boston Celtics'e 4 - 1 yenildi.

    1964 - 65 sezonunda, Chamberlain'i 150.000 Dollar ve Connie Dierking, Lee Shaffer, Paul Neumann karşılığında Philadelphia 76ers sattı ve o sezon sadece 17 galibiyet alabildi.

    1965 senesinde Rick Barry'i draft ettiler. O sezon Rick Barry Yılın en iyi çaylağı seçildi ve 1966 - 67 sezonunda finale kadar yükselmeyi başardılar fakat Philadelphia 76ers'e karşı 4-2 kaybettiler.

    1971–Günümüz: Golden State Warriors[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    1971 senesinde Golden State Warriors olarak ismini değiştirdi. 1971 ve 1977 seneleri arasında sadece 1974 senesi hariç diğer senelerde playofflara katılmayı hak kazandı. 1974 - 75 sezonu finalinde Washington Bullets karşısında 4 - 0 yenerek şampiyon oldu. 2014-15 sezonundan itibaren 5 sezon üst üste final oynadı. 2015-16 sezonunda normal sezonda oynadığı 82 maçın 73'ünü kazanarak NBA rekoru kırdı. Ancak finallerde Cleveland Cavaliers'a kaybetti. 2016-17 sezonunda Kevin Durant'in de takıma katılmasıyla birçok basketbol otoritesi tarafından NBA tarihinin en iyi takımı olarak kabul edildi. Ayrıca takımın simge oyuncularından Stephen Curry de halen NBA tarihinin en iyi şutörü olarak görülür.

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    Golden State Warriors kadrosu

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    Oyuncular Antrenörler

    Poz. # İsim Boy Kilo Kolej

    G/F 26 Bazemore, Kent 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) 88 kg (195 lb) Old Dominion

    F 20 Bell, Jordan (TW) 2.03 m (6 ft 8 in) 98 kg (216 lb) Oregon

    G 30 Curry, Stephen 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) 84 kg (185 lb) Davidson

    F 23 Green, Draymond 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 104 kg (230 lb) Michigan State

    G/F 1 Lee, Damion 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in) 95 kg (210 lb) Louisville

    F 5 Looney, Kevon 2.06 m (6 ft 9 in) 101 kg (222 lb) UCLA

    G 2 Mannion, Nico (TW) 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) 86 kg (190 lb) Arizona

    G 15 Mulder, Mychal 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) 83 kg (184 lb) Kentucky

    G/F 12 Oubre, Kelly  2.01 m (6 ft 7 in) 92 kg (203 lb) Kansas

    F 7 Paschall, Eric 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 116 kg (255 lb) Villanova

    G 0 Payton, Gary 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) 88 kg (195 lb) Oregon State

    G 3 Poole, Jordan 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) 88 kg (194 lb) Michigan

    F 6 Smailagić, Alen 2.08 m (6 ft 10 in) 98 kg (215 lb) Serbia

    G 11 Thompson, Klay  1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 98 kg (215 lb) Washington State

    F 95 Toscano-Anderson, Juan 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) 95 kg (209 lb) Marquette

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    Conference Western Division Pacific Founded 1946

    History Philadelphia Warriors

    1946–1962

    San Francisco Warriors

    1962–1971

    Golden State Warriors

    1971–present[1][2] Arena Chase Center

    Location San Francisco, California

    Team colors Royal blue, yellow[3][4]

    Main sponsor Rakuten[5]

    President Rick Welts

    General manager Bob Myers

    Head coach Steve Kerr

    Ownership Joe Lacob (majority)

    Peter Guber

    Affiliation(s) Santa Cruz Warriors

    Championships 6 (1947, 1956, 1975, 2015, 2017, 2018)

    Conference titles 7 (1975, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2022)

    Division titles 12 (1948, 1951, 1956, 1964, 1967, 1975, 1976, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)

    Retired numbers 6 (13, 14, 16, 17, 24, 42)

    Website www.nba.com/warriors

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    The Golden State Warriors are an American professional basketball team based in San Francisco. The Warriors compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA), as a member of the league's Western Conference Pacific Division. Founded in 1946 in Philadelphia, the Warriors moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1962 and took the city's name, before changing its geographic moniker to Golden State in 1971.[a][b] The club plays its home games at the Chase Center.

    The Warriors won the inaugural Basketball Association of America (BAA) championship in 1947,[c] and won again in 1956, led by Hall of Fame trio Paul Arizin, Tom Gola, and Neil Johnston. After the trade of star Wilt Chamberlain in January 1965, the team finished the 1964–65 season with the NBA's worst record (17–63). Their rebuilding period was brief due in large part to the Warriors drafting of Rick Barry four months after the trade. In 1975, star players Barry and Jamaal Wilkes powered the Warriors to their third championship, widely considered one of the biggest upsets in NBA history.

    The team struggled in the 1980s, then became playoff regulars at the turn of the decade with stars Tim Hardaway, Mitch Richmond, and Chris Mullin, nicknamed "Run TMC". The team returned to championship glory in 2015, led by Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green; they won again in 2017 and 2018, with the help of former MVP Kevin Durant.

    Nicknamed the "Dubs" as a shortening of "W's",[6][7] the Warriors hold several NBA records: best regular season, most wins in a season (regular season and postseason combined), and best postseason run. Curry and Thompson are generally considered among the greatest backcourts of all time.[8][9] The Warriors are tied with the Chicago Bulls for the third most NBA championships and have the third most Finals appearances; only the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics have more. The Warriors are the second most valuable NBA franchise and the sixth-highest valued sports franchise in the world, with an estimated value of $4.7 billion.[10]

    Contents

    1 Franchise history

    1.1 1946–1962: Early years in Philadelphia

    1.2 1959–1965: The Wilt Chamberlain era

    1.3 1965–1978: Thurmond and Barry

    1.4 1978–1985: A period of struggles

    1.5 1985–1997: The Chris Mullin and "Run TMC" era

    1.6 1997–2009: Wilderness years and "We Believe" Warriors

    1.7 2009–present: The Stephen Curry era

    1.7.1 2009–2012: Continued struggles and good draft choices

    1.7.2 2012–2014: Moving toward success

    1.7.3 2014–2019: The dynasty

    1.7.4 2019–2021: Move from Oakland back to San Francisco, struggles with injuries and rebuilding

    1.7.5 2021–present: Back to the finals

    2 Logos and uniforms

    3 Rivalries

    3.1 Cleveland Cavaliers

    4 Media 4.1 Television 4.2 Radio

    5 Season-by-season record

    6 Home arenas 7 Head coaches 8 Players 8.1 Current roster

    8.2 Retained draft rights

    8.3 Retired numbers

    8.4 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame members

    8.5 FIBA Hall of Famers

    9 Statistical leaders and awards

    9.1 Franchise Leaders

    9.2 Individual awards

    9.3 NBA All-Star Weekend

    10 Notes 11 References 12 External links

    Franchise history

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    1946–1962: Early years in Philadelphia

    Joe Fulks was the league's first scoring champion.

    The Warriors were founded in 1946 as the Philadelphia Warriors, a charter member of the Basketball Association of America. They were owned by Peter A. Tyrrell, who also owned the Philadelphia Rockets of the American Hockey League.[11] Tyrrell hired Eddie Gottlieb, a longtime basketball promoter in the Philadelphia area, as coach and general manager.[12] The owners named the team after the Philadelphia Warriors, an old basketball team who played in the American Basketball League in 1925.[13]

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    Golden State Warriors, American professional basketball team based in San Francisco that plays in the Western Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Warriors have won five NBA championships (1956, 1975, 2015, 2017, and 2018) and one Basketball Association of America (BAA) title (1947). The Warriors were founded in 1946 and were originally based in Philadelphia. One of the original members of the BAA, the team won the league’s first championship behind the play of future Hall of Fame forward Joe Fulks, the BAA’s inaugural scoring leader. The Warriors lost in the BAA finals the next season, and in

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    Golden State Warriors, American professional basketball team based in San Francisco that plays in the Western Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Warriors have won five NBA championships (1956, 1975, 2015, 2017, and 2018) and one Basketball Association of America (BAA) title (1947).

    The Warriors were founded in 1946 and were originally based in Philadelphia. One of the original members of the BAA, the team won the league’s first championship behind the play of future Hall of Fame forward Joe Fulks, the BAA’s inaugural scoring leader. The Warriors lost in the BAA finals the next season, and in 1949 the team became a part of the NBA when the BAA merged with the National Basketball League (NBL). The Warriors finished higher than fourth place in their division just once in their first six seasons in the new league. In 1955–56, however, the Warriors, led by forward Paul Arizin and centre Neil Johnston, posted the best record in the league and captured their first NBA title.

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    In 1959 Philadelphia added local product Wilt Chamberlain, who would go on to become one of the greatest players in NBA history. While with the Warriors, he famously scored an NBA-record 100 points in a 1962 contest, in what would prove to be the team’s final year in Philadelphia. A group of San Francisco Bay area investors purchased the franchise after the 1961–62 season and moved the team, which became known as the San Francisco Warriors.

    The Warriors reached the NBA finals in 1964 with a team dominated by Chamberlain and in 1967 with a substantially rebuilt squad that featured forward Rick Barry, centre Nate Thurmond, and guard-forward Jeff Mullins, only to lose on each occasion. Barry, who had led the league in scoring in 1966–67, became one the first stars to leave the NBA for the upstart American Basketball Association, when he signed with the Oakland Oaks the next year.

    Former Warriors player Al Attles took over as the team’s head coach during the 1969–70 season, and he proceeded to lead the franchise for all or part of 14 seasons. In 1971 the franchise—which had been experiencing years of disappointing financial returns—relocated across the East Bay to Oakland and changed its name to the Golden State Warriors. In 1974–75 the Warriors, led again by Barry (who had returned to the team in 1972), upset the favoured Washington Bullets in the NBA finals, and Attles became the first African American full-time head coach to win an NBA title (Bill Russell had previously won a championship as a player-coach). After returning to the postseason in each of the following two years, the Warriors’ level of play fell off precipitously, and they finished last in their division in five of the nine seasons between 1977–78 and 1985–86.

    In the late 1980s the Warriors became known for head coach Don Nelson’s characteristic up-tempo style, which relied on smaller players and an emphasis on scoring over defense. This era is best personified by the 1989–90 and 1990–91 squads that were nicknamed “Run T.M.C.” (a reference to the rap group Run D.M.C.) for the first names of the high-scoring trio of point guard Tim Hardaway, shooting guard Mitch Richmond, and small forward Chris Mullin. While Nelson’s teams were entertaining, they failed to advance past the second round in the playoffs over this period, and Nelson left the Warriors during the 1994–95 season. Golden State then entered into a period that saw them post last- and second-to-last-place finishes in every season but one from 1994–95 to 2005–06. Nelson returned to the Warriors in 2006–07, and the team made its first trip to the playoffs in 13 years that season. The Warriors then made NBA history by becoming the first eighth-seeded (lowest-seeded) team to defeat a top-seeded team in a seven-game postseason series by eliminating the Dallas Mavericks in the first round of the playoffs. Golden State followed that remarkable campaign by missing the playoffs in three straight seasons, and Nelson was forced to resign in 2010.

    Led by young star guard Stephen Curry, the Warriors returned to the postseason in 2012–13. The team brought in a new head coach, Steve Kerr, before the 2014–15 season, and the Warriors quickly turned into a juggernaut, racking up a franchise-record 67 wins that season—a tie for the fourth most victories in league history at the time—and advancing to the NBA finals for the first time in 40 years. There Golden State fought off a surprisingly strong challenge from LeBron James and the heavy underdog Cleveland Cavaliers to capture the NBA title in a six-game series. The following season, 2015–16, saw the Warriors make NBA history by winning an astounding 73 games to just 9 losses during the regular season, breaking the previous record of 72 wins that had been set by the 1995–96 Chicago Bulls. The Warriors faced a relative struggle in the Western Conference playoffs, losing at least one game in each series—which included Golden State overcoming a 3–1 series deficit to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the conference finals—en route to making a return to the NBA finals. There the Warriors were on the other end of a 3–1 series comeback, as the Cleveland Cavaliers stormed their way to three straight victories to win the teams’ finals rematch.

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