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49ers’ Kyle Juszczyk inspired by the atmosphere at Warriors and Sharks games

May 23, 2019 at 12:28 PM--

Bay Area sports teams are seeing a lot of success. The San Jose Sharks went deep in the Stanley Cup playoffs before being eliminated by the St. Louis Blues. The Golden State Warriors find themselves, once again, in the NBA Finals awaiting the winner out of the East.

San Francisco 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk made sure to attend some Sharks and Warriors games and was impressed with the fans in each arena. He was exposed to atmospheres he hopes can one day find their way to Levi's Stadium. Juszczyk knows, however, that the 49ers need to start winning for that to happen.

"We've had that exact conversation over and over," Juszczyk said Thursday on 95.7 The Game. "The energy at SAP (Center) and Oracle (Arena), every time I'm like, 'Let's bring this to Levi's (Stadium). This could be huge.' We really feel like if we give these fans a reason to cheer like these teams are, like the Warriors and the Sharks are, it's going to be an electric atmosphere."

And in case you were wondering, Juszczyk says he was not in the same SAP Center suite with the 49ers' offensive linemen when this happened.

Of course, no interview would be complete without an update on Jimmy Garoppolo. Much is riding on the health and success of the 49ers' franchise quarterback.

"Jimmy looks great," Juszczyk said. "You can't tell that he's coming off an injury. It seems like he moves the same, operating the same, the same Jimmy. He's out there slinging it, looking good."

You can listen to the entire conversation with Juszczyk below.

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