DEAL OF THE WEEK
Golden State Warriors Oracle Arena Photograph (w/ Limited Edition "Final Season At Roaracle" Plate)
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ABOUT THIS COLLECTIBLE
"I'm not sure that the decibel level is legal there, and I'm serious." So said then New Orleans Pelicans Coach Monty Williams before Game 2 of their first round playoff series with the Warriors in 2014/15. Welcome to Oracle! It is a common belief that the Golden State Warriors enjoy one of the biggest home court advantages in the NBA, thanks to the loudest, most boisterous crowd in the League. And there isn't a close second. Combine a great crowd AND a great team and you have the basketball phenomenon known as ROARACLE. Oracle Arena (originally Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena, formerly The Arena in Oakland and Oakland Arena and commonly Oakland Coliseum Arena...whew!) is located in Oakland, California, in the Coliseum Industrial area. It was originally constructed as the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena (part of the combined complex that includes the multipurpose outdoor stadium known as The Coliseum) in 1966. It is the oldest arena in which NBA basketball is currently played and, sadly, the 2018/19 season will be it's last as the Warriors will be moving across the Bay. This great 16x20 celebration photograph was taken during the Postseason (check out coach Steve Kerr and Stephen Curry hugging on the video screen!). The Display is SGA Quality Framed with wood moulding, deluxe v-groove matting, and an SGA Exclusive "Final Season At Roaracle" plate that includes "The Home of the World Champion Golden State Warriors" and the years of operation (OR YOU CAN CREATE YOUR OWN PLATE!). A great piece Sports Art celebrating a classic Bay Area sports venue that will be saying goodbye to the Warriors!