SAN FRANCISCO – A Golden State Warriors crew was sailing across the San Francisco Bay to Oracle Park for Game 5 of the NLDS between the Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Warriors stars Steve Curry, Clay Thompson, Dreammond Green, head coach Steve Kerr were caught on social media posts while flying a giant flag on a boat belonging to other Golden State players and some players wearing captain’s hats affected by the Brendan belt.
Curry posted a photo story on Golden Gate Bridge’s Instagram and wrote the giant’s flag at the forefront, “Big Day in the Bay,” tagging the giants. Damon Lee, Curry’s brother-in-law and a warrior’s bodyguard, posted a picture of himself on the boat wearing a giant-themed captain’s hat. Thomson, the Warriors multi-star, hopes to make a comeback this season as ACL and Achilles shed tears since the 2019 NBA Finals, also featured in a belt-style captain’s hat.
Others seen on the boat include James Weissman, the first round pick of 2020, and Musa Moody and Jonathan Komanga, the first round pick of 2021.
Kerr, a native of Southern California, is a lifelong fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Thompson’s brother, outfielder Trace Thompson, has played for a handful of MLB teams – including Oakland A and Dodgers. Though a native of Southern California, Thompson said he hates the Dodgers because they cut the trace, Kerr said in 2018.
“Clay hated the Dodgers,” Kerr told reporters at the time, once he released Trace. We had a team dinner the other night during Game 7 (NLCSK) and we continued the game, and Clay went to dinner and just walked out, ‘Go Brewers!’ so easy.”
It doesn’t matter where the warriors watch the game – will they stay on the yacht or sit on the stand to soak in the live experience? With an off-day on Thursday and their last pre-season game against the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday, this could be the team’s last chance to rest before the NBA’s long season against the Los Angeles Lakers begins on October 19. Is.