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Warriors don 'We Believe' uniforms for regular-season finale at Oracle

The Golden State Warriors dug back into their history for the final regular-season game at Oracle Arena, donning the red, blue, gold and white throwbacks they wore from 2003-10.

The jersey was popularized by the “We Believe” Warriors who stunned the Mavericks in the first round of the 2007 playoffs, becoming just the third No. 8 seed to reach the second round. (Two more teams have done it since.)

Warriors guard Stephen Curry was especially excited about the jerseys, wearing a No. 8 Monta Ellis to Sunday’s game against the Clippers in honor of his former teammate.

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But he definitely wasn’t the only one, as shown by this pregame clip.

The Warriors moved to their current jerseys and color scheme for the 2010-11 season. They have subsequently enjoyed one of the most successful stretches in NBA history, winning championships in three of the past four seasons with a fourth in their sights when the playoffs begin this Saturday.

After the game, Golden State honored its arena.

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