Warriors Unveil Tone Deaf ‘Oakland Forever’ Court Design, Get Roasted By Fans

Warriors Unveil Tone Deaf Oakland Forever Court Design Get Roasted

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On Thursday, the Golden State Warriors unveiled a new “Oakland Forever” court design, which would be great if the team hadn’t moved to San Francisco so it could make more money.

Naturally, the Warriors quickly got roasted for being so tone deaf with its fanbase.

As you may recall, after 47 years in Oakland, much of it in Oracle Arena, and going to five straight NBA Finals, winning three between 2014 and 2019, the Dubs moved to the Chase Center in San Francisco, but not before the team sued the city of Oakland over an estimated $40 million renovation debt.

If all of this sounds familiar, it’s because it was just a month ago to the day that the Warriors revealed their new “Oakland Forever” uniforms that also made fans of the team very, very angry.

So, since apparently the same person who runs the Sears website also makes decisions for the Warriors, they went ahead and basically did it again.

Shockingly, the response to the “Oakland Forever” floor design went over about as well as the “Oakland Forever” uniforms.


“It was a place the Warriors called home for 47 seasons, and even though the team now plays 10 miles to the west, The Town is and will forever be part of the Warriors’ DNA,” reads a release on the team’s website.

“It’s where the league’s most passionate fanbase embraced a franchise. It’s where that franchise won three championships in a span of four seasons, part of five straight trips to the NBA Finals.

“This is for OAKLAND. And this is FOREVER.”


Okay, but don’t forget…