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The Golden State Warriors are an American professional basketball team based in Oakland, California. The franchise has also been based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, San Francisco and San Jose, California (during a renovation of their home arena) during its existence. The team is a member of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Warriors initially joined the Basketball Association of America (BAA) as the Philadelphia Warriors in 1946, and won the first BAA championship title in the same year under coach Edward Gottlieb. The Warriors later joined the NBA at its foundation in 1949. The Warriors' record was 26–42 in their first NBA season, and they lost in the first round of the playoffs to the Syracuse Nationals.[1][2] Franklin Mieuli and the Diners Club put together a group of 40 local investors to move the Warriors to San Francisco before the 1962–63 NBA season, with Mieuli eventually buying all the shares of the franchise to keep the team from collapsing and to keep it in the area. After playing several home games in Oakland from 1967 onward, the team moved to Oakland full-time for the 1971–72 NBA season and changed their name to the Golden State Warriors.[3][4][5] Led by Rick Barry, the Warriors were a strong franchise during the middle 1970s, achieving winning records every season from 1971–72 to 1977–78, winning two division titles, and winning the 1975 NBA championship. After Barry departed at the end of the 1977–78 season, however, the Warriors were never in the hunt for a title or even an NBA Finals berth for the next 35 seasons. Between 1978–79 and 2011–12, the Warriors only achieved winning records in eight seasons. The team also suffered the NBA’s second-longest postseason appearance drought in history, with no playoff appearances between 1994–95 and 2005–06;[a] this mark trails only the Braves/Clippers between 1976–77 and 1990–91.[b] Led by NBA Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry, the Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in six games to win the 2015 NBA championship. In the following season, the Warriors--boosted by over half a decade of skillful drafting--finished with the best record in NBA history; the team ended the 2015–16 season with a final mark of 73–9, one win better than Michael Jordan’s 1995–96 Bulls. The Warriors reached the 2016 NBA Finals, but were defeated by the Cavaliers in seven games. After adding Kevin Durant in the off-season, they won 67 games during the 2016–17 campaign. The Warriors set another NBA record by winning 207 games during the three-year period ending in 2017. In the 2017 NBA Finals, the Warriors faced the Cavaliers for the third consecutive season and won the NBA title in five games.

Contents

1 Table key 2 Seasons

2.1 All-time records

3 Notes 4 References

Table key[edit]

AHC

NBA All-Star Game Head Coach

AMVP

All-Star Game Most Valuable Player

COY

Coach of the Year

DPOY

Defensive Player of the Year

Finish

Final position in division standings

GB

Games behind first-place team in division[b]

Italics

Season in progress

Losses

Number of regular season losses

EOY

Executive of the Year

FMVP

Finals Most Valuable Player

MVP

Most Valuable Player

ROY

Rookie of the Year

SIX

Sixth Man of the Year

SPOR

Sportsmanship Award

Wins

Number of regular season wins

Seasons[edit] Note: Statistics are correct as of the 2017–18 NBA season.

NBA Champions Conference Champions Division Champions Playoff Berth

Season League Conference Finish Division Finish Wins Losses Win% GB Playoffs Awards

Philadelphia Warriors

1946–47 BAA — — Eastern 2nd 35 25 .583 14 Won First Round (Bombers) 2–1 Won BAA Semifinals (Knicks) 2–0 Won BAA Finals (Stags) 4–1[6] Joe Fulks (STC)

1947–48 BAA — — Eastern 1st 27 21 .563 — Won BAA Semifinals (Bombers) 4–3 Lost BAA Finals (Bullets) 4–2[7]

1948–49 BAA — — Eastern 4th 28 32 .467 10 Lost Division Semifinals (Capitols) 2–0[8]

1949–50 NBA — — Eastern 4th 26 42 .382 27 Lost Division Semifinals (Syracuse Nationals) 2–0[9]

1950–51 NBA — — Eastern 1st 40 26 .606 — Lost Division Semifinals (Nationals) 2–0[10]

1951–52 NBA — — Eastern 4th 33 33 .500 7 Lost Division Semifinals (Nationals) 2–1[11] Paul Arizin (AMVP) Paul Arizin (STC)

1952–53 NBA — — Eastern 5th 12 57 .174 34.5

Neil Johnston (STC)

1953–54 NBA — — Eastern 4th 29 43 .403 15

Neil Johnston (STC)

1954–55 NBA — — Eastern 4th 33 39 .458 10

Neil Johnston (STC)

1955–56 NBA — — Eastern 1st 45 27 .625 — Won Division Finals (Nationals) 3–2 Won NBA Finals (Pistons) 4–1[12] George Senesky (AHC)

1956–57 NBA — — Eastern 3rd 37 35 .514 7 Lost Division Semifinals (Nationals) 2–0[13] Paul Arizin (STC)

1957–58 NBA — — Eastern 3rd 37 35 .514 12 Won Division Semifinals (Nationals) 2–1 Lost Division Finals (Celtics) 4–1[14] Woody Sauldsberry (ROY)

1958–59 NBA — — Eastern 4th 32 40 .444 20

1959–60 NBA — — Eastern 2nd 49 26 .653 10 Won Division Semifinals (Nationals) 2–1 Lost Division Finals (Celtics) 4–2[15] Wilt Chamberlain (MVP) Wilt Chamberlain (ROY) Wilt Chamberlain (AMVP) Wilt Chamberlain (STC)

1960–61 NBA — — Eastern 2nd 46 33 .582 11 Lost Division Semifinals (Nationals) 3–0[16] Wilt Chamberlain (STC)

1961–62 NBA — — Eastern 2nd 49 31 .613 11 Won Division Semifinals (Nationals) 3–2 Lost Division Finals (Celtics) 4–3[17] Wilt Chamberlain (STC)

San Francisco Warriors

1962–63 NBA — — Western 4th 31 49 .388 22

Wilt Chamberlain (STC)

1963–64 NBA — — Western 1st 48 32 .600 — Won Division Finals (Hawks) 4–3 Lost NBA Finals (Celtics) 4–1[18] Alex Hannum (COY) Wilt Chamberlain (STC)

1964–65 NBA — — Western 5th 17 63 .213 32

Wilt Chamberlain (STC) Alex Hannum (AHC)

1965–66 NBA — — Western 4th 35 45 .438 10

Rick Barry (ROY)

1966–67 NBA — — Western 1st 44 37 .543 — Won Division Semifinals (Lakers) 3–0 Won Division Finals (Hawks) 4–2 Lost NBA Finals (76ers) 4–2[19] Rick Barry (AMVP) Rick Barry (STC)

1967–68 NBA — — Western 3rd 43 39 .524 13 Won Division Semifinals (Hawks) 4–2 Lost Division Finals (Lakers) 4–0[20] Bill Sharman (AHC)

1968–69 NBA — — Western 3rd 41 41 .500 14 Lost Division Semifinals (Lakers) 4–2[21]

1969–70 NBA — — Western 6th 30 52 .366 18

1970–71 NBA Western 4th Pacific 2nd 41 41 .500 7 Lost Conference Semifinals (Bucks) 4–1[22]

Golden State Warriors

1971–72 NBA Western 4th Pacific 2nd 51 31 .622 18 Lost Conference Semifinals (Bucks) 4–1[23]

1972–73 NBA Western 4th Pacific 2nd 47 35 .573 13 Won Conference Semifinals (Bucks) 4–2 Lost Conference Finals (Lakers) 4–1[24]

1973–74 NBA Western 5th Pacific 2nd 44 38 .537 3

1974–75 NBA Western 1st Pacific 1st 48 34 .585 — Won Conference Semifinals (SuperSonics) 4–2 Won Conference Finals (Bulls) 4–3 Won NBA Finals (Bullets) 4–0[25] Rick Barry (FMVP) Jamaal Wilkes (ROY) Dick Vertlieb (EOY) Al Attles (AHC)

1975–76 NBA Western 1st Pacific 1st 59 23 .720 — Won Conference Semifinals (Pistons) 4–2 Lost Conference Finals (Suns) 4–3[26] Al Attles (AHC)

1976–77 NBA Western 4th Pacific 3rd 46 36 .561 7 Won First Round (Pistons) 2–1 Lost Conference Semifinals (Lakers) 4–3[27]

1977–78 NBA Western 7th Pacific 5th 43 39 .524 15

1978–79 NBA Western T-8th Pacific 6th 38 44 .463 14

1979–80 NBA Western T-10th Pacific 6th 24 58 .293 36

1980–81 NBA Western 7th Pacific 4th 39 43 .476 18

1981–82 NBA Western 7th Pacific 4th 45 37 .549 12

1982–83 NBA Western T-9th Pacific 5th 30 52 .366 28

1983–84 NBA Western T-9th Pacific 5th 37 45 .451 17

1984–85 NBA Western 12th Pacific 6th 22 60 .268 40

1985–86 NBA Western 12th Pacific 6th 30 52 .366 32

1986–87 NBA Western 5th Pacific 3rd 42 40 .512 23 Won First Round (Jazz) 3–2 Lost Conference Semifinals (Lakers) 4–1[28]

1987–88 NBA Western 11th Pacific 5th 20 62 .244 42

1988–89 NBA Western 7th Pacific 4th 43 39 .524 14 Won First Round (Jazz) 3–0 Lost Conference Semifinals (Suns) 4–1[29] Mitch Richmond (ROY)

1989–90 NBA Western 10th Pacific 5th 37 45 .451 26

1990–91 NBA Western 7th Pacific 4th 44 38 .537 19 Won First Round (Spurs) 3–1 Lost Conference Semifinals (Lakers) 4–1[30]

1991–92 NBA Western 3rd Pacific 2nd 55 27 .671 2 Lost First Round (SuperSonics) 3–1[31] Don Nelson (COY) Don Nelson (AHC)

1992–93 NBA Western 10th Pacific 6th 34 48 .415 28

1993–94 NBA Western 6th Pacific 3rd 50 32 .610 13 Lost First Round (Suns) 3–0[32] Chris Webber (ROY)

1994–95 NBA Western 11th Pacific 6th 26 56 .317 33

1995–96 NBA Western 9th Pacific 6th 36 46 .439 28

1996–97 NBA Western 10th Pacific 7th 30 52 .366 27

1997–98 NBA Western T-11th Pacific 6th 19 63 .232 42

1998–99 NBA Western 10th Pacific 6th 21 29 .420 14

1999–00 NBA Western 13th Pacific 6th 19 63 .232 48

2000–01 NBA Western 14th Pacific 7th 17 65 .207 39

2001–02 NBA Western 14th Pacific 7th 21 61 .256 40

Jason Richardson (SDC)

2002–03 NBA Western 11th Pacific 6th 38 44 .463 21

Gilbert Arenas (MIP) Jason Richardson (SDC)

2003–04 NBA Western 12th Pacific 5th 37 45 .451 19

2004–05 NBA Western 12th Pacific 5th 34 48 .415 28

2005–06 NBA Western 12th Pacific 5th 34 48 .415 20

2006–07 NBA Western 8th Pacific 3rd 42 40 .512 19 Won First Round (Mavericks) 4–2 Lost Conference Semifinals (Jazz) 4–1[33] Monta Ellis (MIP)

2007–08 NBA Western 9th Pacific 3rd 48 34 .585 9

2008–09 NBA Western 10th Pacific 3rd 29 53 .354 36

2009–10 NBA Western 13th Pacific 4th 26 56 .317 31

2010–11 NBA Western 12th Pacific 3rd 36 46 .439 21

Stephen Curry (SPOR)

2011–12 NBA Western 13th Pacific 4th 23 43 .348 18

2012–13 NBA Western 6th Pacific 2nd 47 35 .573 9 Won First Round (Nuggets) 4–2 Lost Conference Semifinals (Spurs) 4–2

2013–14 NBA Western 6th Pacific 2nd 51 31 .622 6 Lost First Round (Clippers) 4–3

2014–15 NBA Western 1st Pacific 1st 67 15 .817 — Won First Round (Pelicans) 4–0 Won Conference Semifinals (Grizzlies) 4–2 Won Conference Finals (Rockets) 4–1 Won NBA Finals (Cavaliers) 4–2 Stephen Curry (MVP) Andre Iguodala (FMVP) Stephen Curry (TPC) Steve Kerr (AHC) Bob Myers (EOY)

2015–16 NBA Western 1st Pacific 1st 73 9 .890 — Won First Round (Rockets) 4–1 Won Conference Semifinals (Trail Blazers) 4–1 Won Conference Finals (Thunder) 4–3 Lost NBA Finals (Cavaliers) 4–3 Stephen Curry (MVP) Steve Kerr (COY) Klay Thompson (TPC) Stephen Curry (STC)

2016–17 NBA Western 1st Pacific 1st 67 15 .817 — Won First Round (Trail Blazers) 4–0 Won Conference Semifinals (Jazz) 4–0 Won Conference Finals (Spurs) 4–0 Won NBA Finals (Cavaliers) 4–1 Kevin Durant (FMVP) Draymond Green (DPOY) Steve Kerr (AHC) Bob Myers (EOY)

2017–18 NBA Western 2nd Pacific 1st 58 24 .707 — First Round (Spurs) 1–0

All-time records[edit]

Statistic Wins Losses Win%

Philadelphia Warriors regular season record (1947–1962) 558 545 .506

San Francisco Warriors regular season record (1963–1971) 330 399 .453

Golden State Warriors regular season record (1972–present) 1,827 1,979 .480

All-time regular season record (1947–present) 2,715 2,923 .482

Philadelphia Warriors post-season record (1947–1962) 36 41 .467

San Francisco Warriors post-season record (1963–1971) 21 27 .437

Golden State Warriors post-season record (1971–present) 104 78 .571

All-time post-season record (1947–present) 161 146 .524

All-time regular and post-season record (1947–present) 2,876 3,069 .484

Notes[edit] a During their 2015–16 season, the Minnesota Timberwolves equalled the Warriors’ ignominy of twelve consecutive seasons without qualifying for the postseason. The Timberwolves surpassed the Warriors when they failed to qualify for the 2016–17 postseason. References[edit]

General

"Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  "Team Index". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  "Playoff Index". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  "Awards and Honors Index". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05. 

Specific

^ "1949-50 NBA Season Summary". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2008-06-07.  ^ "2007-08 Warriors Media Guide: Warriors History (pg. 170)" (PDF). NBA.com. NBA Media Ventures, LLC. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-12-05. Retrieved 2008-06-07.  ^ "Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2008-06-07.  ^ Bush, David (2005-05-04). "There's still more to Mieuli than meets the eye". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 2008-06-07.  ^ "2007-08 Warriors Media Guide: Warriors History (pg. 148)" (PDF). NBA.com. NBA Media Ventures, LLC. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-12-05. Retrieved 2008-06-29.  ^ "1946–47 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-04.  ^ "1947–48 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-04.  ^ "1948–49 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-04.  ^ "1949–50 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1950–51 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1951–52 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1955–56 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1956–57 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1957–58 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1959–60 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1960–61 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1961–62 Philadelphia Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1963–64 San Francisco Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1966–67 San Francisco Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1967–68 San Francisco Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1968–69 San Francisco Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1970–71 San Francisco Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1971–72 Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1972–73 Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1974–75 Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1975–76 Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1976–77 Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  ^ "1986–87 Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-09.  ^ "1988–89 Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-09.  ^ "1990–91 Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-09.  ^ "1991–92 Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-09.  ^ "1993–94 Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-09.  ^ "2006–07 Golden State Warriors". basketball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2009-04-09. 

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Golden State Warriors

Founded in 1946 Played in Philadelphia (1946–1962) and San Francisco (1962–1971) Based in Oakland, California

Franchise

Franchise Team history All-time roster Draft history Seasons Head coaches Current season

Arenas

Philadelphia Arena Philadelphia Convention Hall Cow Palace San Francisco Civic Auditorium War Memorial Gymnasium (University of San Francisco) San Jose Arena Oracle Arena Chase Center

General managers

Tyrell Gottlieb Feerick Vertlieb Stirling Attles Nelson Twardzik St. Jean Mullin Riley Myers

G League affiliate

Santa Cruz Warriors

Retired numbers

13 14 16 17 24 42

Hall of Famers

Paul Arizin Rick Barry Wilt Chamberlain Joe Fulks Tom Gola Neil Johnston Jerry Lucas Šarūnas Marčiulionis Chris Mullin Mitch Richmond Don Nelson Robert Parish Andy Phillip Guy Rodgers Ralph Sampson Nate Thurmond Jamaal Wilkes

NBA Championships (5)

1947 1956 1975 2015 2017

Conference Championships (9)

1947 1948 1956 1964 1967 1975 2015 2016 2017

Culture/lore

Wilt the Stilt

100 point game

Nate the Great Nellie Ball Run TMC The Sleepy Floyd game Splash Brothers Death Lineup Warrior Girls 73–9 The Block

Rivalries

Cleveland Cavaliers

Media

TV NBC Sports Bay Area Radio KGMZ Announcers Bob Fitzgerald Jim Barnett Tim Roye

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Philadelphia / San Francisco / Golden State Warriors seasons

1940s

1946–47 1947–48 1948–49

1950s

1949–50 1950–51 1951–52 1952–53 1953–54 1954–55 1955–56 1956–57 1957–58 1958–59

1960s

1959–60 1960–61 1961–62 1962–63 1963–64 1964–65 1965–66 1966–67 1967–68 1968–69

1970s

1969–70 1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74 1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78 1978–79

1980s

1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89

1990s

1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99

2000s

1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09

2010s

2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18

Bold indicates NBA Finals victory

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NBA season-by-season team history

Eastern Conference

Atlantic

Boston Celtics Brooklyn Nets New York Knicks Philadelphia 76ers Toronto Raptors

Central

Chicago Bulls Cleveland Cavaliers Detroit Pistons Indiana Pacers Milwaukee Bucks

Southeast

Atlanta Hawks Charlotte Hornets Miami Heat Orlando Magic Washington Wizards

Western Conference

Northwest

Denver Nuggets Minnesota Timberwolves Oklahoma City Thunder Portland Trail Blazers Utah Jazz

Pacific

Golden State Warriors Los Angeles Clippers Los Angeles Lakers Phoenix Suns Sacramento Kings

Southwest

Dallas Mavericks Houston Rockets Memphis Grizzlies New Orleans Pelicans San A

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