Basketball fanatics love arguing over the best NBA team of all time, with popular opinion immediately hedging toward the Chicago Bulls. But was it their 1995-1996 season or 1996-1997? Of course, during the ensuing back-and-forth someone always suggests the 1985-1986 Boston Celtics, so another counters with the 2008-2009 Los Angeles Lakers. But we’re throwing out one team that’s above all the chatter: the Golden State Warriors.
A threat from anywhere in the court—check. An MVP escape artist armed with the sweetest shot in the game—check. A team talent for making the rest of the league look like an amateur contest—check. Rep the Golden State, and keep watch on those record books, ‘cause the Warriors are coming for them.
It was the 1974-1975 season, 13 years after Franklin Mieuli bought and moved the team from Philly to the San Francisco Bay Area. It was on the backs of Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famers Rick Barry and Jamaal Wilkes. It was the first NBA Championship for the Warriors in the great Golden State.
After an up-and-down regular season, the Warriors finished with a 48-34 record that landed Golden State atop the Pacific Division and secured a first round bye in the postseason. With a 4-2 rally over division rivals the Seattle SuperSonics, and a 4-3 barnburner over the Chicago Bulls, getting to the NBA Finals proved anything but easy, but the final hurdle turned out to be. Facing far-and-away favorite, the Washington Bullets, the golden boys of Golden State produced one of the greatest upsets in NBA history by sweeping the team in four games. Pay homage.
From their start in San Francisco to their move across the bay, the Golden State Warriors have a long history of being on the move and untouchable when it matters most. No more apparent than their 1975 run to the NBA Championship, where, as the underdogs and a team dismissed by pundits, they swept the Washington Bullets in four games for the franchise’s first league title in the Bay Area.
And it’s hardly just their ability to surprise that makes the Warriors showtime central for the NBA. It’s their iconic flash and splash factor, a legacy cultivated by the trifecta scoring specialists Tim Hardaway, Mitch Richmond and Chris Mullin, better known as Run TMC. Pay homage to Cali’s hotshots and the league’s Golden Boys.
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Yosemite: home of spectacular waterfalls, granite cliffs, and towering sequoias. It’s time to brush the dust off that long lens camera you got for your 17th birthday, head west to the only national park with a cartoon character named after it and behold the majestic power of nature.
Whether it’s the Half Dome’s mammoth cliff face or Yosemite Falls’ stomach-lurching drops, this park should skyrocket to the top of your destination list. Pay homage to our nation's natural awe with this super-soft tee.
This is not merely a scarf. This is a testament to your dedication, an emblem of your enduring oath to the colors of Blue and Black. It’s for brandishing when your Earthquakes take the pitch and for clutching after game-winning goals in stoppage time. Carry on the honor, the passion and the glory with this 59” x 7” fan staple. Live the colors.
Being an Earthquakes fan doesn't stop after the game, just like the kit doesn’t end at the knees. Make every day game day, and rep your oath to the Blue and Black down to your toes with the ultimate athletic socks. Forward as one!