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If the Boston Celtics dominated the NBA in the 1960s, the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1980s, and the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s, the Golden State Warriors are the team of 2015 onwards. However, even if the Warriors have earned a reputation for this modern success, there have been triumphs throughout the franchise’s history.
The Warriors had their first season in Philadelphia, taking part in the inaugural season of the Basketball Association of America (BAA), winning the first championship in 1945-47. By 1949, the BAA had absorbed the National Basketball League (NBL), and the two merged leagues became the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Warriors remained a force and secured its first NBA title in 1956 by defeating the Detroit Pistons.
During its early years in the NBA, the team struggled. However, there were a few highlights, like Wilt Chamberlain’s famous 100-point game in 1962, in a 147-169 win against the New York Knicks.
At the end of that season, the team relocated to San Francisco Bay and became the San Francisco Warriors. It didn’t bring immediate success, as the new San Francisco Warriors posted the league’s worst record through the 1964-65 season (17-63). Arriving in San Francisco eventually brought the team to the NBA Finals 1966/67 season, but the Warriors lost to Philadelphia’s new team, the 76ers.
Ahead of the 1971 season, the team went through another name change and moved to Oakland, becoming the Golden State Warriors. In the early 1970s, the franchise had big-name players in Jamaal Wilkes and Rick Barry. Even so, their victory in the 1974-75 NBA Finals sweep over the Washington Bullets was seen as one of the biggest championship upsets ever.
After the consistent successes of previous decades, the Golden State Warriors had a poor 1980s and didn’t make the postseason between 1978 and 1986. The team returned to the playoff picture for a few years, bridging the 80s and 90s but only got as far as the conference semifinals. Another drought hit between 1994 and 2006, with no playoffs during that decade-plus timespan.
The Warriors were also-rans until a new golden era began in 2012. Led by coach Steve Kerr and with players like Steph Curry, Draymond Green, and Klay Thompson lighting up the courts, the Warriors built momentum. That culminated in the 2014-15 season when the franchise returned to NBA Championship glory by overcoming LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The 2015 NBA Finals would be the first of many great series against LeBron’s Cavaliers. The two met in the four successive finals, including the shock loss in the 2015/16 series when LeBron upset Golden State despite the Warriors setting a 73-9 winning/loss rate to cement the greatest regular season record in NBA history.
Despite the setback, the Warriors stayed on course and remained the best team in the league. Adding former MVP Kevin Durant during the 2016 offseason gave the team another dimension. Back-to-back NBA championships against the Cavaliers (2016/17 and 2017/18) followed. Durant was named MVP in both Finals.
Golden State returned to the NBA Finals again in 2018/19 but lost to the Toronto Raptors. Missing out on the postseason in the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons put questions on the team. However, the Warriors responded during the 2021/22 season by returning to the playoffs and winning the NBA Finals over the Boston Celtics.