The Warriors will meet LeBron James on Boxing Day, but this time wearing a different uniform.
Golden State will welcome James and his Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday at Oracle Arena the primetime matchup of the NBA Christmas.
The Warriors (23-11) are the hottest Western Conference team. They have won eight of their last 10 games, including an exciting 125-123 win over the Clippers on Sunday.
The Lakers have stumbled a bit lately and lost three of their last four games. At 1
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When: 17.00 pm PT on Tuesday, December 25
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The jerseys that the Warriors from 2003 to 2010, are associated with many losses. 19659002] However, they are forever tied to the 2006-07 "We Believe" Warriors, who stunned the # 1 most addicted Mavericks in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs.
While the Warriors wore several different throwback uniforms In recent seasons, the jerseys "We Believe" have not been included in the rotation.
That does not suit Stephen Curry, who wore these jerseys during his rookie season.
"The Biggest Miss For us, we do not wear our back jersey jerseys" We Believe, "Curry told The Mercury News. "To bring back the last years in Oakland."
In the last season of Oracle, it would have been appropriate for the Warriors to honor one of the teams that brought Roaracle to life.
Perhaps Curry's comments will spur the Warriors to return the "We Believe" jerseys in future seasons when calling the Chase Center at home.
Unless it's clear from his comments on Chris Haynes from Yahoo, Kevin Durant makes his wish for money extra clear with his shoes on Christmas Day.
Durant will wear on Tuesday night against the Lakers Disney-inspired Scrooge McDuck-inspired Player Exclusive KD11.
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[ GALLERY: Warriors & # 39; & # 39; Town Gold & # 39; Christmas Jerseys]  Durant may (and probably will) refuse its contract with the Warriors and test its free trade waters next summer.
In the podcast with Haynes, Durant made it clear what his priority is.
"I just want to make sure I get as much money as possible on my next deal so I can stack up and find out," Durant told Haynes. "That's just the plan – play basketball and stack money."
If Durant really focuses on the money, it will be best if he stays with the Warriors next summer. Durant's estimated five-year deal with the Warriors would be worth $ 221.3 million, Danny Leroux of The Athletic said. If Durant went to another team, he could only complete a four-year contract for $ 164 million. These figures are based on projections that the salary cap will rise to $ 109 million.