Watch Thrive City Warriors’ fans explode after Andrew Wiggins poster dunk

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Thrive City, the home for Golden State Warriors fans enjoying postseason away games, erupted in cheers when Andrew Wiggins posterized Luka Dončić.

Golden State has gone 3-0 in the Western Conference Finals series, and there’s no better place to enjoy the wins than Thrive City.

The West Plaza at the Chase Center is home to the biggest outdoor party for Warriors fans, held at 1 Warriors Way for every Warriors road game during the playoffs.

With hundreds of Dubs fans huddled together, there’s an electric atmosphere — and it went berserk when Andrew Wiggins posterized Luka Dončić.

Many fans who were sitting and watching the game shot straight up into the air and cheered, celebrating simultaneously with the Warriors players and fans at American Airlines Center.

Warriors fans in Thrive City lost it when Andrew Wiggins put Luka Doncic on a poster

Considering the fact that the Warriors have made it this far into the playoffs and are already 3-0, Thrive City has plenty to celebrate as Golden State approaches another Finals run.

Though Bay Area fans have been treated to an incredible NBA dynasty over the past decade, the past couple of years haven’t been kind to Golden State. The last time the Warriors were in the Finals limelight was in 2019, when they lost to the Toronto Raptors. The Warriors didn’t make the postseason for the two seasons that followed.

This year, while media dismissed the Warriors as they came off another bad season, the team reiterated that this year was their year — and they’ve been proving that all year.

The Warriors have shown up all year, so their fans didn’t disappoint during Game 3. Ideally, Golden State can bring it home in Game 4 and emerge the series without a loss.

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