The Golden State Warriors are back in the NBA Finals for the second consecutive season. Once again, matched up against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Warriors finished the regular season with the best record in NBA History at 73-9 and came back from a 3-1 deficit to the OKC Thunder. For the NBA Finals, it’s time for Warriors fans to gear up with new blue and gold sneakers. Check out 5 Sneakers For Warriors Fans To Represent For Dub Nation below.
Steph Curry may be the MVP of the league, but Draymond Green is the heart of the Warriors team. When things get tough, Green rallies the Dubs wearing player exclusive editions of the Nike HyperRev with his initials emblazoned onto the ankle.
Stephen Curry’s latest signature model is the Under Armour Curry 2.5, which he’s been wearing throughout the playoffs. The Curry 2.5 features ChargedFoam cushioning, SpeedForm technology and a unique “burrito-wrap” tongue design that’s good enough for the MVP’s quick dribbling and long-range shooting.
3. Anta KT1
Klay Thompson’s signature sneaker from Chinese brand, Anta, might not be the most well known of the Warriors-inspired sneakers but it’s one worth paying attention to. Klay’s played a huge part in getting the Warriors back to the NBA Finals and this is the sneaker he’s been wearing along the way.
BAIT released their “Splash City” version of the GEL-Lyte V from ASICS to help celebrate their new store opening in San Francisco. A 73-9 edition was also created to honor the Warriors’ record-breaking season. Either version is a great way for Golden State fans to represent Dub Nation in a unique way.
Back to back Most Valuable Player awards for Stephen Curry is almost as impressive as the Warriors going 73-9. Under Armour created this unique pack to celebrate Curry’s accomplishment. The pack includes the PE version of the Curry 1 that Steph wore last year when he won MVP, along with this year’s UA Curry 2 MVP edition. What better way to show your Golden State pride?
Cavs fan? See our top picks for representing The Land.
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