The Return Of the Warriors
Five minutes on the clock and the crowd is cheering with excitement, the Warriors are up by 10 and could possibly take the win for the day. The whole stadium is crowded with anticipating fans hoping that their team makes it to the next round. The whole room is intensely watching the players play by play to see which one of their favorite teams will make it closer to the Championships.
The Bay Area’s popular basketball team, The Golden State Warriors, are making an ultimate comeback and working hard for the win. Their leading players, Stephen Curry and David Lee, have been showing true persistence in scoring and making rebounds. On average, Stephen Curry has scored 21 points per game while David Lee has been making 10.9 rebounds, helping the warriors move closer to the Championships. In the 2011-12 basketball season The Golden State Warriors barely won half of their games making it 23 wins out of 43 games. So far this year, they have won 29 games and lost 17, but their adventure has only just begun.
If the Warriors win the Championships, it can start the winning streak of other Bay Area teams and possibly spark hope for the Raiders. Their win would be marked in history and fans would be able to gain bragging rights and undying glory. To ensure a win of the championships, Lance Gibbs, a sophomore at Kipp King, says: “ All they really need to do is strengthen their defense and Stephen Curry needs to pass the ball more.” Jesus Carillos, a dedicated Warriors fan at Kipp King, states: “ I really believe that they can make it to the championships as long as they do not give up towards the end of the game even if they are not winning. If they pull through all the way to the end and uses their ultimate best defense they can definitely make it all the way.”
The Golden State Warriors are making great progress so far and if they continue to be persistent with their hard work and dedication, they can make it to the championships. There fans will continuously be by their sides cheering them on hoping for the best to come.