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Chase Center will feature a ‘Warriors Walk of Fame’

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The Golden State Warriors not only have a few new players on board this time around, but the perennial Western Conference champions also have a new home. On Monday, the Dubs officially opened up the much more modern Chase Center, which moved the team from Oakland to San Francisco.

While the team’s new home has just about everything one would want in an arena, the Warriors haven’t forgotten where they came from. According to Mark Medina of The Mercury News, Chase Center will notably feature a “Warriors Walk of Fame.”

With that said, the Warriors seem to be quite aware of the team’s recent legacy — making sure to honor their legendary Hamptons 5 even if Andre Iguodala and Kevin Durant are no longer in the Bay Area.

Despite the fact that the Warriors won’t be at full strength to start the upcoming 2019-20 campaign, Golden State remains competitive in the loaded Western Conference. With former Brooklyn Nets guard D’Angelo Russell joining the Dubs, the team still boasts the talent and firepower that makes them dangerous.

Sure enough, it won’t be easy for the Warriors this time around, not with the Houston Rockets, Utah Jazz, Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers retooling and establishing themselves as legitimate playoff threats and title contenders.