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24th May 2012

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gswf:

The Warriors D-League team(Dakota Wizards) has been approved for re-location to Santa Cruz for the 2012-2013 Season!So Much That This Ownership Has Done In The Past Two Years..Bought the d-league team last season and now moving them closer.
Santa Cruz D-League Arena Development Info:
http://www.nba.com/warriors/santacruzwarriors?faqs
San Francisco  2017 Arena Development Info and Renderings:
http://gswf.tumblr.com/post/23550974733/warriors-s-f-arena-2017-renderings

gswf:

The Warriors D-League team(Dakota Wizards) has been approved for re-location to Santa Cruz for the 2012-2013 Season!So Much That This Ownership Has Done In The Past Two Years..Bought the d-league team last season and now moving them closer.

Santa Cruz D-League Arena Development Info:

http://www.nba.com/warriors/santacruzwarriors?faqs

San Francisco  2017 Arena Development Info and Renderings:

http://gswf.tumblr.com/post/23550974733/warriors-s-f-arena-2017-renderings

24th May 2012

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the-triple-double:

WARRIORS TO SAN FRANSISCO
In some of the least surprising news of the day, the Golden State Warriorsannounced at a 10 a.m. PT press conference on Tuesday their intention to return to San Francisco, according to NBA.com.
Former NBA on NBC commentator Ahmad Rashad hosted the event and was quoted by CSNBayArea.com, saying, “The most impressive arena in America would be sitting right here on this pier (in five years).”
Originally from Philadelphia, the Warriors moved to San Francisco in 1962 before ultimately leaving for Oakland in 1971.
It has been a long 41 years, but the time has finally arrived for the Warriors to head back to their original West Coast home. Owners Joe Lacob and Peter Gruber have been eying this move since purchasing the club back in 2010.
The earliest the club would be able to move is 2017, when its lease with the Oracle Arena runs out.
The Warriors plan to build an arena at Piers 30-32—a waterfront site near the Bay Bridge that is only a few blocks from the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park as well as the downtown financial district.
@TheTripleDouble

the-triple-double:

WARRIORS TO SAN FRANSISCO

In some of the least surprising news of the day, the Golden State Warriorsannounced at a 10 a.m. PT press conference on Tuesday their intention to return to San Francisco, according to NBA.com.

Former NBA on NBC commentator Ahmad Rashad hosted the event and was quoted by CSNBayArea.com, saying, “The most impressive arena in America would be sitting right here on this pier (in five years).”

Originally from Philadelphia, the Warriors moved to San Francisco in 1962 before ultimately leaving for Oakland in 1971.

It has been a long 41 years, but the time has finally arrived for the Warriors to head back to their original West Coast home. Owners Joe Lacob and Peter Gruber have been eying this move since purchasing the club back in 2010.

The earliest the club would be able to move is 2017, when its lease with the Oracle Arena runs out.

The Warriors plan to build an arena at Piers 30-32—a waterfront site near the Bay Bridge that is only a few blocks from the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park as well as the downtown financial district.

@TheTripleDouble

13th May 2012

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11th April 2012

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itsponce:

This is the best one yet, 1 day 10 hours to go.Thursday please come faster!

itsponce:

This is the best one yet, 1 day 10 hours to go.Thursday please come faster!

11th April 2012

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pocketballers:

Tiny But Mighty - Nate Robinson

pocketballers:

Tiny But Mighty - Nate Robinson

4th March 2012

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idkwhattoputhereyo:

LOVE YOU BOYS. LETS WIN TONIGHT! 

idkwhattoputhereyo:

LOVE YOU BOYS. LETS WIN TONIGHT! 

4th March 2012

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22nd June 2011

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wellisnthatnice:

DSC5988 by mojocoggo on Flickr.

wellisnthatnice:

DSC5988 by mojocoggo on Flickr.

22nd June 2011

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xeon18:

Now I know why Dallas Mavericks lost against Golden State Warriors in 2007… And called it as on of the most upset loss in NBA Playoffs!  

xeon18:

Now I know why Dallas Mavericks lost against Golden State Warriors in 2007… And called it as on of the most upset loss in NBA Playoffs!  

22nd June 2011

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22nd June 2011

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anessagirl:

This is Barry Zito. I’ve watched him for years during my childhood, and he was and is one of my favorite players. Unfortunately, many Giants fans criticize him or think of him as a joke and a waste of money. I’m not one of those people. I think of him as my fallen star. Yes, he has collapsed, but even stars get second chances. He has created a nebula of inspiration for me. He inspires me to keep standing up when I’ve been knocked down. He has been ridiculed by many, but he still has enough pride to go out there and do what he loves. So thank you, Barry Zito, for showing me the true heart of a champion, and I wish that I could have at least half of the heart you’ve shown.

anessagirl:

This is Barry Zito. I’ve watched him for years during my childhood, and he was and is one of my favorite players. Unfortunately, many Giants fans criticize him or think of him as a joke and a waste of money. I’m not one of those people. I think of him as my fallen star. Yes, he has collapsed, but even stars get second chances. He has created a nebula of inspiration for me. He inspires me to keep standing up when I’ve been knocked down. He has been ridiculed by many, but he still has enough pride to go out there and do what he loves. So thank you, Barry Zito, for showing me the true heart of a champion, and I wish that I could have at least half of the heart you’ve shown.

22nd June 2011

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20th June 2011

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23rd May 2011

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findtheswagger:

With twelve strikeouts tonight, Tim Lincecum has the 29th double-digit strikeout game of his career. It’s also a new Giants franchise record. The previous record was 28 double-digit strikeout games, set by Christy Mathewson.
Timmy, thats my boy! 
(Photo by Frank Franklin II/AP Photo)

findtheswagger:

With twelve strikeouts tonight, Tim Lincecum has the 29th double-digit strikeout game of his career. It’s also a new Giants franchise record. The previous record was 28 double-digit strikeout games, set by Christy Mathewson.

Timmy, thats my boy! 

(Photo by Frank Franklin II/AP Photo)

23rd May 2011

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findtheswagger:

WHYYYYYYYYYYY?
While I understand that $1 of each cap sold goes to the Welcome Back Veterans Fund, which is a good cause and all, what’s so wrong with a cap with a nice, classy flag patch on it?  Why this?  Why?  WHY?

findtheswagger:

WHYYYYYYYYYYY?

While I understand that $1 of each cap sold goes to the Welcome Back Veterans Fund, which is a good cause and all, what’s so wrong with a cap with a nice, classy flag patch on it?  Why this?  Why?  WHY?