Warriors unveil throwback uniforms, court tonight on NBA TV

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ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — We’ve seen many NBA teams celebrate their heritage by wearing throwback uniforms, which is always a fun way to bring back classic styles. But for their game tonight against the Toronto Raptors on NBA TV (10:30 p.m. ET), as part of their Hardwood Classics series, the Warriors are not only wearing throwback uniforms, they’re also playing on a throwback court.

The jersey is above. Here’s a look at the court.

According to the Warriors, this is a nod to the 1966-67 season

Originally released during the 1966-67 NBA season, the Warriors’ “The City” jerseys will be worn for a total of eight games this season, with the team’s original center court logo returning to Oracle Arena during all five home games the team will host a Hardwood Classics Night.

Below are additional Hardwood Classics Nights the Warriors will wear “The City” jerseys this season:

Tuesday, November 24 vs. Los Angeles Lakers
Tuesday, December 8 at Indiana Pacers
Saturday, January 9 at Sacramento Kings
Monday, January 18 at Cleveland Cavaliers
Tuesday, March 1 vs. Atlanta Hawks
Tuesday, March 29 vs. Washington Wizards
Tuesday, April 5 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves

The Warriors last wore Hardwood Classics jerseys on four occasions during the 2010-11 season, posting a 3-1 record when donning the retro threads. The Warriors last sported “The City” throwbacks in 2006-07, when they wore the alternate uniform in all seven of the team’s home games during the month of March and recorded a 6-1 record in the jerseys as part of the 16-5 finish to the regular season that netted the Warriors the eighth seed in the 2007 Western Conference Playoffs.

7 Comments

  1. phee-o-wheet says:

    cool. but if they REALLY want to throw it back, they should wear the Philadelphia warriors jerseys… just sayin’…

  2. but toronto was robbed tonight

  3. jonnytc1 says:

    how bout da king. he b not wanting any of dat… SC… GSW… Whoa… they would beat the cav’s by 50. come on over to the west king…