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Fans have mixed feelings about Warriors’ plans for new arena in San Francisco

Warriors Fan Fest rally

Passionate, loyal and fanatical – these three words best identify Golden State Warriors fans. Every year whether it is a pre-season, regular season or playoff game, you can expect thousands of spectators sporting a crisp all gold “We are Warriors” t-shirt to pack the ferocious and intimidating Oracle Arena in support of the “Dubs.” Despite…

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Quan, city officials roll out ambitious Coliseum plan in effort to keep three pro teams in Oakland

In an effort to prevent the Oakland A’s, Oakland Raiders and Golden State Warriors from being lured away to places like San Jose, Los Angeles and San Francisco, a group of city officials, business leaders and developers rolled out an ambitious “public-private” partnership plan on Wednesday morning that would transform the Coliseum site and bring…

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Warriors drop game to Denver Nuggets, fall to .500

Golden State Warriors guard Monta Ellis runs onto the court to take part in some shooting before the game against the Denver Nuggets on Monday night at Oracle Arena. The Warriors dropped the game, 106-89, giving them their third consecutive loss, and their longest losing streak of the season.

Monday night’s Golden State Warriors game at Oracle Arena against the visiting Denver Nuggets got off to a sluggish start for both teams, with each shooting just better than 33 percent from the floor. The tight game improved with help from players off the bench, but key starters on both sides shot poorly, and by the end it was Golden State that couldn’t find the mark, losing 106-89.

That left the Warriors staring at a .500 record this season. Although their opening weeks had them 4-1 this year, the Bay Area team now lost six of their last nine games.

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Warriors usher in a new era, narrowly beat Pistons

Warriors forward Dorell Wright got a late steal with 9.9 seconds left, sealing victory for Golden State, and keeping them undefeated at home on the young season. Photo courtesy of Rocky Widner, NBA Photos.

In celebration of the official transfer of ownership, new Golden State Warriors managing partner Joe Lacob and associate Peter Guber invited fans to the game to enjoy half-price tickets, food and drinks. They pulled in a crowd of 19,123, their largest crowd of the season so far. The Warriors’ 101-97 win over the Detroit Pistons, with its exhilarating ending, only added to the value.

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