Warriors Thank Fans After Getting Eliminated By Spurs In Game 6 (VIDEO)


With Golden State 37.3 seconds away from having their season end at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs, Warriors head coach Mark Jackson subbed out his starters. Not only did they walk off the court to a standing ovation, the fans serenaded them with chants of "Warriors" for the rest of the game.

After the postgame handshakes, the Warriors players met in the middle of the court and Jackson gave his star player Stephen Curry a microphone.

"We just wanted to thank you guys for your continuing support all season. You guys made ORACLE Arena a great place to play. The energy, the passion you have for us is unmatched across the league so we wanted to just thank you guys," Curry said. "Obviously it didn't end the way we wanted it to. But all the hard work and the foundation we built this year ... We're going to keep growing and get back to this level next year."

Then everyone left in the arena joined the team in chanting, "Just us!" before the players headed to the locker room.

The Warriors went 28-13 in front of their home fans during the 2012-2013 regular season.



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