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Golden State Warriors Details
California has always been something of a basketball hotbed both in terms of college and professional hoops. But the Golden State Warriors have been the highlight of the state’s basketball culture on multiple occasions, which is the result of postseason success in multiple eras. Featuring some of the best players, and one of the best teams, in the history of the NBA, the Warriors have left an indelible mark on the playoff history of the NBA.
Since becoming the Golden State Warriors in 1971, the team has seen success. Almost immediately after becoming the Golden State team they are known as today, the Warriors won a title, winning the 1975 NBA Finals. That team was led by Finals MVP Rick Barry, a player well-known for his unorthodox free throw shooting style, as they swept the Washington Bullets across four games.
The Warriors also made waves in the playoffs in 2007, when they pulled off one of the biggest upsets in the history of the NBA playoffs by defeating the top-seeded Dallas Mavericks as an eight-seed in the first round. That team was led by fearless players like Baron Davis and Monta Ellis, who could not have been more perfect to play the role of the underdog that shocked the world.
But the most notable Warriors postseason experience came in the 2010s, with the Warriors winning several titles with one of the most loaded rosters in league history. Sharpshooters Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, the dynamic Kevin Durant, and the brash Draymond Green teamed up to run through the league. This made for one of the best dynasties in the history of the NBA.
During their magical run, the Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers three times in four NBA Finals meetings between the two sides. Tasked with getting the better of LeBron James, one of the best players in league history, the Warriors managed to get the job done time and time again. In James’ last year in Cleveland, the Warriors swept the Cavs to win the 2018 Finals to punctuate their superiority in their mini-rivalry.
When Do Warriors Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Warriors playoff tickets tend to go on sale around when the team officially qualifies for the playoffs. When that happens depends largely on the team’s performance during the season and how well the Warriors are doing compared to their opponents. This typically happens in the month of April, but can happen earlier if the Dubs are having an especially good year.
How Much Do Warriors Playoff Tickets Cost?
Tickets to see the in the playoffs can vary based on a few factors, most notably where the seats are located and what round of the playoffs the team is in. Tickets closer to the court tend to be more expensive than tickets in the upper levels of the arena, while tickets to the later rounds of the playoffs are typically more costly than tickets in the opening rounds. On average, resale tickets to see the Warriors in the playoffs cost $358.