Golden State Warriors Basketball Tickets – Great Seats & Better Prices
After a record setting high, the Golden State Warriors are coming back for the 2016-2017 season. They are known for the most wins that have ever been recorded in any NBA season, including 73 wins and just 9 losses. As defending NBA champions, the famous Golden State Warriors burst into the 2016 NBA finals up against the Cavaliers for their second consecutive win. They are not able to really end the season with a high note once they lost the finals out of a three game lead resulting in 3-4 against Cleveland.
While coming into the 2016-2017 season, the Golden State Warriors lineup is prime for another incredible showing for the NBA final. Kevin Durant joins other Warriors Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry and Draymond Green in San Francisco for the season with the odds in their favor, noted as a favorite for snagging the 2017 title in the NBA. When you want to harness incredible deals on either home or away tickets for the Golden State Warriors, you can count on TicketCity.
You can find the Warriors playing their home games in Oakland, California at the Oracle Arena. When this arena is filled to capacity, it holds well over 19,500 screaming fans of the Warriors. As one of the oldest venues in all of the NBA, the Oracle Arena is a piece of the bustling sports hotbed that Oakland is known to be. Located right near the O.CO Coliseum, it is the home to the MLB Athletics and NFL Raiders. Golden State Warriors have a home bench on the courtside of Oracle Arena, just in front of sections 27 and 28, and parking information is completely covered in the event guide.
If you are looking for a great supply of tickets to the Golden State Warriors games throughout the season, you will find them with us. The team has been able to call Oracle Arena home since back in 1966 and it is the oldest arena in the NBA. Attending such games has been a tradition for many years now, so be sure to join other fans for this season. We have tickets available for all of the upcoming matchups listed in the schedule, including any of the postseason contests that are scheduled.