Want to win this poster?
In honor of the 12 wins it took for the 1975 Golden State Warriors to win their first and only NBA Championship, the Warriors and CSN Bay Area gave me 12 “Warriors Classic Games” posters that I’m going to give away to you guys.
Comcast is giving away a few posters to people chosen at random for liking their Facebook page. I’m not going to ask you to like my Facebook page (although if you want to…), but here’s how the dozen winners will be chosen on BASG:
In the comments section, write something about the Warriors. It doesn’t matter, just as long as the comments are good. The people who write the best 12 comments (the ones that earn most thumbs up) will get one of these posters featuring Rick Barry, Clifford Ray and Jamaal Wilkes.
The contest will close on Tuesday, with winners announced on Wednesday, Dec. 6.
If you’re into retro NBA uniforms (short-shorts FTW!) and want to get to know the legendary Warriors squad that pulled off perhaps the biggest upset in NBA history (or if you’re old enough to remember watching these games and want to relive all that mid-70s greatness), CSN Bay Area will broadcast classic Warriors wins from their 1975 run on five consecutive Fridays.
The first broadcast is tonight at 8 pm: “May 11, 1975: Western Conference Finals Game 6 – Golden State Warriors vs. Chicago Bulls (Warriors win 86-72) Guest analysts, Rick Barry and Al Attles.”
Check this page out for info on everything related to the “Classic Games” series, including the on-air schedule, interviews with key figures and a chance to win a basketball autographed by Rick Barry.
What should you comment on?
A few ideas:
— What’s your all-time favorite Warriors team? “We believe,” Run-TMC, the ’75 champs?
— Maybe you have a favorite all-time player, like Sarunas Marciulionis, Nate Thurmond or Keith Jennings, just to name a few.
— Perhaps you have some great ideas on how the Warriors can win the Bay Area its second NBA Title.
Even if you have a killer story about winning a free pizza at Oracle — it doesn’t matter. We’re just looking for good comments, and since the Bay Area has some of the most loyal and knowledgeable basketball fans around, I’m confident we’ll get plenty to choose from.
Here’s a preview of the game airing tonight: