The Golden State Warriors have been a staple of success in the NBA over the past few years. While they went through a tough stretch of only making the playoffs one time in the 18 seasons prior to 2012-13.
While that stretch wasn't anything close to pretty, the addition of a few names such as Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green helped this team to turn a corner. Since that 2012-13 season, the team has now made the playoffs in four straight years, while winning a championship in 2014-15.
It's safe to say that the Warriors' current home of Oracle Arena has seen plenty of big games, huge wins and awesome playoff atmospheres. But, in 2019 there's going to be a new home for one of the league's best teams, and if the recent photos that were released are any indication, it's going to be awesome. FOX Sports and The Associated Press dropped out some of the images, and it looks like it's going to be next-level amazing.
First, you can see a few pictures of their suites, as well as a 360-degree look inside the suites of the new Chase Center. It almost goes without saying that this is a pretty nice selling point for any investors and for, well, every fan out there.
According to the story, there will be 44 total suites, and they are each supposed to be a whole lot bigger, ranging from 575-689 square feet. That's a pretty huge upgrade from the 277 square feet that you'll find at the Oracle Arena.
The arena basically sells itself, but it's going to be quite an experience for fans. To go along with that, it'll be right on the Bay and will be able to offer up coverage of other events as well, similar to something we've seen happen at Jerry's World out in Arlington, Texas, home of the Dallas Cowboys.
While it likely won't be that big, it's still going to be a location that many sporting events and concerts could be held. Best of all for the Warriors? Having an awesome arena helps make a pretty easy sell to free agents also. While there's a good chance they'll have their core together for the long haul (assuming they can make the numbers work) there's still a whole lot of upside to having an exceptional arena that can put the finishing touches on a sell job to a free agent.