Free agency and trade rumors are a thing of the past. It's officially Leak Season in the NBA.
Reddit user u/lakerswiz leaked an album of court designs for the upcoming 2019-20 NBA season on Thursday. The leak includes four Warriors court designs for Chase Center and a that which shows Golden State's primary, global and secondary logos.
Below are pictures of the four leaked Chase Center court designs. All pictures are provided by Reddit's u/lakerswiz.
Warriors The Town court design
Warriors 1962-63 court design
Warriors 1966-67 court design
Warriors primary court design
Several Warriors jerseys for the upcoming season already have leaked, and NBA 2K20 shows a classic San Francisco Warriors jersey as well.
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From the revamped roster to the court design and more, Chase Center will bring a whole new era of Warriors basketball.
If you haven't been paying attention to any progression photos for the new Chase Center, that's OK -- some people just want to be surprised when the Oct. 24 home opener comes around.
This post isn't for those people.
A photo recently surfaced to show that the new home of the Warriors is coming together nicely:
(r/Warriors posted by u/jball828)
Chase Center recently just added an outdoor video board and the word "huge" doesn't do it justice -- it covers an entire portion of the building.
And some internal views:
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A preseason game against the Los Angeles Lakers will be played in the San Francisco arena Oct. 5.
The Warriors will host Kawhi Leonard and the Clippers in the regular-season home opener Oct. 24.
There are big video boards, and then there is what Chase Center just installed.
The future home of the Warriors now possesses a big outdoor video board.
Well, perhaps "big" is an understatement:
It's massive, and it appears Oracle Arena is nothing but a memory.
The former home of the Dubs recently had the "ORACLE" letters removed from the building that once hosted many memories for the team. It'll still host events and concerts of sorts, but there hasn't been any updated information on what it will be called.
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As for Chase Center, it reportedly will host Kawhi Leonard and the Los Angeles Clippers for the Warriors’ first regular-season game in their new digs on Oct. 24.
And it's nice to know that if you won't be inside to watch the game itself, there's a massive screen to watch -- well, anything on.