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Golden State Warriors

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Transcript of Golden State Warriors

How It Started
Golden State Warriors
Owner of the Warriors
Players on the Warriors
City of Oakland
The Golden State Warriors began in Philadelphia in 1946. They were actually the Philadelphia Warriors until the year of 1962. That's when the team was then moved to San Francisco and renamed the San Francisco Warriors. The Warriors have won 1 championship in this time.
The Beginning
Now the Warriors
In the year of 1971, the team was then changed the Golden State Warriors. In the 1974 season, the Warriors won another championship as the Golden State Warriors.
Joe Lacob
Peter Guber
Joe grew up in New Bedford in Massachusetts.
He was first a entrepreneur in the women's side of basketball.
Joe then became a part-owner of the Boston Celtics in the year 2006.
In 2010, he became one of the buyers of the Golden State Warriors.
Peter grew up in the town of
Peter is the CEO and chairman of Mandalay Entertainment.
He is the co-owner of the Warriors along with Joe Lacob.
Peter also is the co-owner of the Los Angeles Dogers and the Los Angeles Football Club of Major League Soccer.
Joe and Peter supporting the Warriors at one of the games.
Both receiving jerseys for the welcoming of the owners.
Step Curry shooting the ball.
Golden State Warriors logo.
Philadelphia Warriors logo.
San Francisco Warriors logo.
Picture of the 74' championship team.
5 players on the warriors discussing the game plan.
Pictures of Joe Lacob.
Peter Guber at a Warriors press conference.
Rick Berry: San Francisco Warriors, Oakland Oaks, New York Nets, Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets; 1965-1980. Hall of Fame, 1975 NBA Finals MVP
Jamaal Wilkes: Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers; 1974-1985. Hall of Fame
Phil Smith: Golden State Warriors, San Diego Clippers, Seattle Supersonics; 1974-1983
All 3 were apart of the 1975 NBA Championship Team
All 3 played for the Golden State Warriors, but Rick Berry was the only one to play for two of the Warriors teams
Works Cited
How It Started
Owner of the Warriors
Players on the Warriors
City of Oakland
Historical Moments
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Monta Ellis
Steph Curry & Brandon Rush
Steph Curry: Golden State Warriors; holds the regular season 3-point record; holds regular season combined 3-point record; Selected 7th in the 2009 NBA Draft
Klay Thompson: Golden State Warriors; holds regular season 3-point record; Selected 11th in the 2011 NBA Draft
David Lee: Golden State Warriors; Selected 30th in the 2005 NBA Draft by the New York Knicks, he was then traded to the Warriors in the 2010 season
Andre Iguodala: Golden State Warriors; Selected 9th in the 2004 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76'ers, in the 2012 season he was traded the Denver Nuggets. He was then moved to the Warriors
Klay Thompson, Andre Iguoldala, and Steph Curry
Klay Thompson
Harrison Barnes, Draymond Green, and David Lee
Klay Thompson and Harrison Barnes playing against Andre Iguodala while he was on the Denver Nuggets

Franklin Mieuli bought the majority of the San Francisco team in 1962
The San Francisco Warriors had Wilt Chamberlain, who holds the record for the most points in a single game
The Warriors won only 17 games in the 1965 season
Star player, Rick Berry, wanted to leave to to the Oakland Oaks, the rival of the Warriors in the 1967 season
The last home game at the Oakland Coliseum Arena had a record breaking attendance that night
Peter Guber
Peter Guber grew up in Somerville, Massachusetts where is father owned a junkyard. He enrolled in the University of Syracuse. He joined a freternity, Zeta Beta Tau.
Some of the San Francisco Warriors players
It's 78 sq miles
It was founded in 1852
The time zone is 2 hours behind ours
Oakland has a population of a little over 420,000 people
view of the Oakland city
The Golden State Bridge
The Warriors in Oakland
Steph Curry Highlight Reel
Oakland is in California
In the 2014 season, the Warriors franchise purchased a 12-acre lot in Mission Bay. That is where they were building the Oracle Arena where the Warriors play all of their home games.
They are still working on making a waterfront next to the arena this year
Oracle Arena from the outside
Oracle Arena from the inside
City of Oakland
3004 street in Oakland
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Steve Kerr
Steve Kerr was born in 1965 in Beirut, Lebanon. He is married to Margot Kerr and they have 3 children. He is actually a retired NBA player himself. He's one 3 NBA Championship with the Bulls and 2 with the Spurs. In 2007, Kerr was named president of the Phoenix Suns. He was then named head coach of the Golden State Warriors in 2014.
Steve Kerr wants to plan to be a commentator on TNT after his coaching career of basketball
Steve Kerr actually attended college in Egypt at Cairo American College
Picture of Steve Kerr
Steve Kerr doing a interview
Steve Kerr Interview
Steve Kerr as a commentator
Ron Adams
Ron Adams is the assistant coach to Steve Kerr at the Warriors
Adams has also been assistant coach for the Boston Celtics
Ron Adams has had multiple coaching jobs including the San Antonio Spurs, Milwaukee Bucks and the 8 teams
Ron Adams Coaching
In 2011, Ron Adams was inducted into the Fresno Pacific University Hall of Fame
Ron Adams befuddled
Another coach of the Warriors
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Historical Moments
Moments Then
Moments Now
In the 1964 season, the Warriors won the Western Conference against the St. Louis Hawks. They lost to the Boston Celtics in a 4-1 victory for the Celtics in the NBA Championship.
The Warriors won their only championship on the West Coast in the 1975 season when they swept the Washington Bullets in which was considered the "Biggest Upset in NBA History"
The team drafted Wilt Chamberlain who most people said, "changed the game of basketball"
Wilt Chamberlain
The Warriors 74' team
The Warriors drafted a 2-time NBA Dunk Champion, Jason Richardson in the 2006 season
bleacher report
In the 2006 season, at the end of the Warrior's season, the new slogan became "We Believe"
The Warrior's signed a new contract with David Lee for a six-year $80million deal
David Lee playing in a game
Jason Richardson
The "WE BELIEVE" slogan
Warriors Fans
David Lee
Golden State Warriors Logo
Klay Thompson
Steph Curry
The efficiency of the the team with and with out Karl Malone
The accuracy of 3 pointers and assisted field goals

The efficiency of the overall team with and with out Karl Malone
The 3-point accuracy and assisted field goals of Steph Curry and Klay Thompson
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