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1975–76 Golden State Warriors season

Coming off their NBA Championship, the Warriors finished the 1975–76 season with a then franchise best 59–23 record. The record would be surpassed when the team won the championship 39 years later.

                                     

1. Postseason

In the playoffs, the Warriors returned to the Western Conference Finals by beating the Detroit Pistons in 6 games. In the Western Finals, the Warriors faced the Phoenix Suns. The Warriors had a 2 games to 1 lead. Game 4 went in overtime and the Warriors were unable to grab a 3–1 series lead. The Suns would rally to win the game 133–129. The Warriors would bounce back to take Game 5, but the Suns would win Games 6 & 7 to stun the defending Champions.

                                     

1.1. Postseason Western Conference Semifinals

1 Golden State Warriors vs. 5 Detroit Pistons: Warriors win series 4-2

  • Game 1 Golden State: Golden State 127, Detroit 103
  • Game 4 Detroit: Detroit 106, Golden State 102
  • Game 2 Golden State: Detroit 123, Golden State 111
  • Game 5 Golden State: Golden State 128, Detroit 109
  • Game 6 Detroit: Golden State 118, Detroit 116 OT
  • Game 3 Detroit: Golden State 113, Detroit 96
                                     

1.2. Postseason Western Conference Finals

1 Golden State Warriors vs. 3 Phoenix Suns: Suns win series 4-3

  • Game 1 Golden State: Golden State 128, Phoenix 103
  • Game 7 Golden State: Phoenix 94, Golden State 86
  • Game 4 Phoenix: Phoenix 133, Golden State 129 2OT
  • Game 3 Phoenix: Golden State 99, Phoenix 91
  • Game 6 Phoenix: Phoenix 105, Golden State 104
  • Game 5 Golden State: Golden State 111, Phoenix 95
  • Game 2 Golden State: Phoenix 108, Golden State 101
                                     

2. Awards and honors

  • Gus Williams, NBA All-Rookie Team First Team
  • Phil Smith, All-NBA Second Team
  • Rick Barry, All-NBA First Team
  • Rick Barry, NBA All-Star Game
  • Phil Smith, NBA All-Defensive Second Team
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