Golden State Warriors

1st Pacific | 0-0
  • Field Goal %
    48.7 FG%
  • 3-point %
    41.6 3P%
  • Points Scored
    115 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    46.2 RPG
  • NBC Sports

    Front desk at new Sixers practice facility made out of court from Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game

    The Philadelphia 76ers have just opened a new, state-of-the-art practice facility, and maybe the coolest part is a unique touch that nods to one of the iconic moments in the history of Philadelphia basketball. The reception desk in the lobby of the building is made out of hardwood, but not just any hardwood — it’s a part of the court from Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game on March 2, 1962. The reception desk is made of the wood from the basketball court of Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game.

  • CSN Bay Area

    Programming Alert: CSN Bay Area to Present Coverage of Golden State Warriors Media Day on Monday, Sept. 26

    “SportsNet Central: Warriors Media Day” Airing at 1 p.m. from the Team’s Practice Facility in Downtown Oakland SAN FRANCISCO, CA (September 23, 2016) – CSN Bay Area (@CSNAuthentic), the home of “Authentic Bay Area Sports,” will air coverage of the Golden State Warriors’ annual Media Day on Monday, Sept. 26 from the team’s practice facility in Downtown Oakland.  CSN Bay Area’s SportsNet Central: Warriors Media Day will air from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.  Additional Media Day interviews and highlights will be featured on SportsTalk Live at 5 p.m. and on SportsNet Central at 6 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Dave Feldman (@FeldyCSN) and CSNBayArea.com Senior Insider Ray Ratto (@RattoCSN) will anchor SportsNet Central:

  • Warriors C Pachulia attends first MLB game, hopes to become fan
    CSN Bay Area

    Warriors C Pachulia attends first MLB game, hopes to become fan

    OAKLAND — In just a few days, Zaza Pachulia will be plenty busy inside Oracle Arena. On Friday night, he showed up next door to take in his first Major League Baseball game. The Warriors’ new center threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the A’s took on the Rangers. “I’ve never been to a baseball game, don’t ask me why,” he said while awaiting the moment. “I’m just very excited to be here with my family. Hopefully this will be the point where I really start watching the game.” Listed at 6-foot-11 and wearing a No. 27 A’s jersey, the 13-year NBA veteran strode to the Coliseum mound and fired away. Sort of. It was more of an Eephus pitch than a fastball he delivered. But it was in the vicinity