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49ers honored at Warriors game as Super Bowl excitement builds

Jan 30, 2024 at 10:33 PM--


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San Francisco 49ers players are enjoying a well-deserved break ahead of their Super Bowl 58 preparations, basking in the aftermath of a remarkable NFC Championship Game victory over the Detroit Lions. On Tuesday night, several players attended the Golden State Warriors' clash against the Philadelphia 76ers at the Chase Center, with the Warriors emerging with a 119-107 victory.

The courtside lineup included tight end George Kittle, tackle Trent Williams, wide receivers Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk, defensive lineman Arik Armstead, cornerback Charvarius Ward, and others. Positioned near Warriors majority owner Joe Lacob, the 49ers players were acknowledged during a tribute by the NBA team after the first quarter.


The players received custom Warriors jerseys as a token of appreciation.


They appear to have enjoyed the exciting on-court action.


Following the game, the 49ers were personally greeted by one of basketball's biggest superstars, Steph Curry.


Additionally, Draymond Green took a moment to sign some of the custom jerseys for the Niners.


Green even shared his thoughts on the "Brock Purdy slander" this season.


The 49ers will soon embark on a journey to Las Vegas for a week filled with Super Bowl festivities leading up to their championship clash with the Kansas City Chiefs on February 11.

The mutual respect displayed at the Chase Center on Tuesday night underscores the camaraderie between these Bay Area teams, creating a shared moment of celebration and support.




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