106-year-old super fan Sweetie cheers on beloved Warriors

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You remember Sweetie? She's the Golden State Warriors' oldest fan who reveled in the team's magical NBA championship win last year. Well she, like other fans, is ready for a repeat. (KGO-TV)

You remember Sweetie? She's the Golden State Warriors' oldest fan who reveled in the team's magical NBA championship win last year. Well she, like other fans, is ready for a repeat.

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At 106 years old, Sweetie uses a wheelchair, but she's going strong, just like her Warriors.

"The Warriors gonna win, I know," she said.

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The Dub Nation matriarch has been following the team for years and last season her devotion rated a shootout from Coach Steve Kerr.

"Sweetie, if you're watching out there, congrats," he said at a news conference.

Sweetie: "Oh yes. I watch them and fuss at them, too."
Carolyn: "What do you fuss at them about?"
Sweetie: "If they don't do what I want them to do. I know they can't hear me, it's kind of stupid, but I do it anyway."

Golden State's slogan is Strength in Numbers. Her favorite is 23, Draymond Green.

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"I love to watch him," he said. "He has grace."

The dedicated fan turns 107 years old Sunday, a repeat of last year's championship would be the perfect present.

Carolyn: "What's your advice for the team tonight?"
Sweetie: "Do your best."

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