The Golden State Warriors have been on an impressive journey thus far by ending the regular season with 73-9 and finalizing their NBA Finals push. But there’s one aspect of the game that cannot be overlooked; a helping hand meant to encourage all Warrior fans to unite despite any disbeliefs the media has on the squad from Oakland.
Story | Nico Blitz
Image | Michael Tipton
If games are unattainable, chances are Warrior fans want to stay engaged at all times to keep their spirits up. It all started back in 2007 when the Golden State Warriors were set to defeat the top seed Dallas Mavericks.
Unfortunately that year ended with a second round series loss against the Utah Jazz. The Warriors were quick to enter a small playoff drought, but their fortune turned around in 2014-2015 season. Who other than E-40 to remix his gold-certified “Choices (Yup)” into the most popular Warriors themed song post-2010.
New Bay Area artists took it one step further to amplify the “Strength in Numbers” campaign, by uniting on a track that told the tale of the victorious Dub Nation over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The 2015-2016 season didn’t see many singles being pushed, but we got this entertaining “Just Love Steph” – a remix to Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself”
Being the most popular amongst the new Bay Area artists, G-Eazy solidified his undying support for the Oakland squad.
But no one has topped this feat. No disrespect to the Ambassador of the Bay, but Mistah F.A.B., who has been musically quiet over the past four years, finally blessed the microphone with a Warriors themed freestyle, and proved why the self-labeled “Freestyle King” has the credibility for the title.
Mistah F.A.B. | Sway in the Morning “5 Fingers of Death” (7:00)