Warriors' throwback 'San Francisco' jerseys for 2019-20 season spotted




 

It's a new, fresh era for Warriors basketball starting this season.

The Warriors will play in a new arena with a new, younger roster in the 2019-20 NBA season. But they're throwing it back with one of their alternate jerseys.

With their move to San Francisco, the Warriors are taking it back to the Wilt Chamberlain days. Golden State will sport white "San Francisco" jerseys this year.

Here's the first look at the throwback unis:

The jerseys were first spotted in an "NBA 2K20" promo late last month. Now it's clear the Dubs will sport the look at Chase Center.

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In a season that's all about being new and exciting, the Warriors are throwing it back to represent The City.

Warriors' throwback 'San Francisco' jerseys for 2019-20 season spotted originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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