Basketball season is here again, and with a championship behind them, tickets to watch the Golden State Warriors defend their title at Oracle Arena are bound to get expensive. Thanks to up-and-coming virtual reality technology, however, there's a new way to get courtside.
Andre Iguodala needs no introduction. The NBA All-Star and Golden State Warriors shooting guard slam-dunked his way into basketball history this June when he defended the basket against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA championship to bring home the trophy. And he made Lebron James cry.
Warrior’s guard Klay Thompson may hold the record for most points in one quarter (37), but what advice would the 25-year-old basketball star give himself if he could turn back time?
It's been a banner year for San Francisco sports. With the Giants winning their second World Series in three years and the 49ers going for their 6th Super Bowl title, it's easy to forget about the Golden State Warriors.