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2012-13 Warriors: Photos of the Season
May 31, 2013
While searching for pictures that best told the story of the 2012-13 Warriors, we came across these gems that we couldn't wait to share.
Stephen Curry never ceased to amaze us with how well he shot the ball, especially from the three.
David Lee tore his right hip flexor in the first game of Round 1 of the 2013 Playoffs, but surprised everyone when he returned in Game 6 vs. Denver and played limited minutes in Games 3-6 of the Second Round.
Andrew Bogut had an impressive Game 4 vs. Denver, highlighted by his monster slam over Denver’s JaVale McGee.
Klay Thompson celebrates after hitting a game-winning three-pointer against the Sacramento Kings on March 6.
Jarrett Jack shows his excitement after drilling a game-tying three-pointer in a Warriors a 107-101 overtime victory over the Spurs.
Carl Landry strikes a pose after dropping 19 points against the Atlanta Hawks on December 15.
Harrison Barnes’ rookie season was filled with jaw-dropping dunks, and it all started with this slam over Minnesota’s Nikola Pekovic.
Rookie Kent Bazemore is known for his infectious energy and positive attitude. And a little thing called #Bazemoring, but we’ll get into that later.
Festus Ezeli dominates the jump ball.
Draymond Green doesn't hold back his emotions after getting a crucial defensive stop in the final seconds of the third quarter in Game 3 vs. Denver.
Richard Jefferson gives Klay Thompson a bear hug to congratulate Klay on his impressive 34-point game.
Andris Biedrins defends a shot against Atlanta’s Jeff Teague.
Scott Machado warms up before Game 5 in Denver.
Everyone was happy to see Brandon Rush return to Oracle Arena in late March. Rush is currently recovering from a torn ACL and MCL he suffered on November 2.
Throughout the season, teammates expressed their thoughts and well wishes for Rush by writing B. Rush on their shoes or wearing #4BRush t-shirts.
The Hoop Troop helps the crowd get hyped up as the starting lineups are announced.
Through thick and thin, this team stayed together.
Warriors fans are the best in the league and are always hyped up…
... always prepared...
... and are always supportive.
Several fans made the trek to Portland to support Stephen Curry as he broke Ray Allen’s record for most three-pointers made in a single season.
The Warriors bench was also known for their energy and celebrations.
The players have some fun with a few lucky fans who joined the team for player introductions on Fan Night.
Warriors Ground: Home to the best fans in the NBA.
Kent Bazemore strikes his infamous pose after a Stephen Curry three.
Draymond Green, Jarrett Jack, and Richard Jefferson can't hide their excitement.
Kent Bazemore and Stephen Curry join Carl Landry in his signature celebration – The Landry Flex.
Jarrett Jack and Stephen Curry share some laughs.
Even with a torn hip flexor, David Lee can’t help but enjoy cheering on his teammates.
How Andrew Bogut celebrates after throwing down one of the top dunks of the playoffs.
Even after being knocked to the ground, Landry still pulls off a celebratory flex.
All Draymond Green wants is a high-five from Stephen Curry, who was busy lighting up Madison Square Garden.
Another epic celebration from Jarrett Jack.
Draymond Green puts on his 3-point goggles after swishing a trey against the Spurs.
Stephen Curry always has his 3-point goggles on standby.
Throughout the season, Jarrett Jack has hit several clutch three-pointers.
The Splash Brothers entered the record books as the new top three-point tandem in NBA history. Curry and Thompson combined for 483 threes this past season.
The Warriors bench waits in anticipation as Stephen Curry puts up a three. (PS – it went in)
Jarrett Jack, Klay Thompson, and Kent Bazemore swarm Kemba Walker on defense.
A last second victory over the defending champion Miami Heat is easily one of the most memorable moments from the season.
The Warriors had two excellent leaders in Stephen Curry and David Lee.
Always willing to go the extra mile, Festus Ezeli gets some ball handling practice in before a game.
Stephen Curry shows off his athleticism in a game against the Charlotte Bobcats.
Carl Landry makes his Warriors debut at the team’s home opener on November 2.
Coach Jackson and Stephen Curry discuss strategy.
There is no place like #WarriorsGround during the playoffs.
Draymond Green and the crowd celebrate after Green hits a huge three-pointer in 4 against the Nuggets.
David Lee spoke to the crowd and thanked them for their support after the team beat the Denver Nuggets in Game 6 to win the series.
After being eliminated from the playoffs, Jarrett Jack took a lap around the court applauding the fans and giving them a thumbs-up to thank them for being the best fans in the league.
Gold confetti pictures took over Instagram after every Warriors playoff victory.
Warriors Hypeman Franco Finn teaches rookies Festus Ezeli, Draymond Green, Kent Bazemore, and Harrison Barnes the Gangam Style dance at this year’s open practice.
Draymond Green and Festus Ezeli strike a pose after dancing for the fans at open practice.
Warriors photographers catch Kent #Bazemoring.
We can’t wait to see what sort of memorable photos the 2013-14 season will bring.