The Golden State Warriors aren't looking like they'll get their chance to prove that they're on the road to recovery, as the NBA lockout appears to be dragging on from here to eternity. So for now, the Warriors will have to look back at their glorious history to try and find solace until the situation is resolved.
Of all those teams, none is more beloved than the 2007 Golden State Warriors, who pulled off one of the greatest upsets in NBA history when they beat the 67-win Dallas Mavericks. Baron Davis, Matt Barnes, Jason Richardson and Stephen Jackson might not be going to the Hall of Fame, but they'll always be beloved in the East Bay.
This might not be as good as a new season, but this could be pretty close. Matt Steinmetz of CSN Bay Area with the report.
It is unknown how many current Warriors would participate in the game, or who is sponsoring the game.
The spot for the game is likely to be the San Jose Events Center, with Oct. 29 possibly being the date.
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