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.