Mai Baltazar is 8-months pregnant and showed up to cheer on the Dubs.
"So you can give birth today. Yes, at the game. The lady told me I should be careful going down the stairs. He just gave us a big kick" said Baltazar.
14- year-old Nayah Damasen traveled from Southern California to sing the national Anthem for her team. "It's just something about the play-off that give you such a good vibe and especially all the fans," said Damasen.
Other fans brought out the big guns and dressed the part. "It's just a lucky jacket. My daughter got this for me 5 years ago and I started wearing it for games. They won every game I wore it, so I have to keep wearing it," said Larry Popelka.
#Warriors | Meet Larry Popelka: he’s wearing his🌟“lucky jacket”🌟 hoping the @warriors win their playoff game today!— Luz Peña (@LuzPenaABC7) April 14, 2019
How much do YOU think the Warriors will win by?!@abc7newsbayarea pic.twitter.com/TiAkiVlTe6
Season ticket holders Jeff and Pam Nordin remember the tough years when the Warriors were not winning championships. "We used to actually give away our tickets for free to friends and say "here you go two tickets and they would say, why?! I would tell them. It's our hometown team, what do you mean why?! No we say no. You can't have them," said Jeff Nordin.
#Warriors | Jeff and Pam Nordin have been season ticket holders for 15 years!— Luz Peña (@LuzPenaABC7) April 14, 2019
Jeff used to offer FREE tickets to his friends before the Warriors won their latest 3 🏆’s.
His friends used to respond: “Why would I want to go?!”
Now... the tables have turned!@abc7newsbayarea pic.twitter.com/ayuiBxwrDS
Tony Bell says he's been a Warriors fan for decades so he makes his own rules.
"I don't wear another men name on my back or my own. Why is that? Because I'm the man. Another reason is because some of these guys leave and I'm always going to be a warriors fan so I'm always going to wear a Warriors jersey with my name on it," said Bell.
#Warriors | Here he is!! #77! 🏀— Luz Peña (@LuzPenaABC7) April 14, 2019
Meet Tony Bell: a fan who wears his name on his Warriors jersey! This is WHY ⬇️
“I don’t wanna wear another man’s name on my back but my own.
These guys come and go!” 😂
What do you think?! @abc7newsbayarea pic.twitter.com/AImLSFA7Xv
What many Warrior fans want to see is a "three-peat", also known as three consecutive championship wins.
"We need 5 rings for our hand. We got 2015, 17, 18 hopefully 19 and then I'll be good," said John Mar.