Warriors don "We Believe" kickbacks to the end of Oracle



The Warriors delved into their history for the last game of the regular season at Oracle Arena, with the red, blue, gold and white setbacks they used from 2003 to 2010.

You know we could not celebrate 47 seasons in Oracle without bringing back these pic.twitter.com/WsxL1Efojt

– Golden State Warriors (@warriors) April 8, 2019

The shirt was popularized by the "We Believe" Warriors that surprised the Mavericks in the first round of the 2007 playoffs, becoming the third No. 8 seed to reach the second round. (Two more teams have done so since.)

Warrior guard Stephen Curry was especially excited about the jerseys, wearing No. 8 Monta Ellis in Sunday's game against the Clippers in honor of his former teammate.

In his last tribute to the previous Warriors, Steph Curry arrives with a Monta Ellis jersey. pic.twitter.com/x6xiYqEcAD

– The Render (@TheRenderNBA) April 7, 2019

But it was definitely not the only one, as shown in this pre-game clip.

I had to bring them back

Take a look at the reactions of the Dubs when they first saw their Finale at Oracle threads ? pic.twitter.com/3KZhS2LW8h

– Golden State Warriors (@warriors) April 8, 2019

The Warriors moved to their current shirt and color scheme for the 2010-11 season. Afterwards, they enjoyed one of the most successful stretches in NBA history, winning championships in three of the past four seasons with a fourth in sight when the playoffs begin this Saturday.


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