Oracle Arena that used to take several names including Oakland-Alameda when it was just opened and later named County Coliseum Arena, Oakland Arena and many other names. And now it is called The Oracle. The arena is often referred to as "The O."



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Oracle Arena 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland, CA, 94621

Oracle Arena is an indoor arena situated in the state of California, exactly in Oakland. The capacity of the arena was 15,025 for basketball before the season of 1996-97. And in the next season when it was reopened, the capacity was raised to 19,596, and that position of largest NBA arenas. The arena hosted several big events such as WCW SuperBrawl 1999, WWE Elimination Chamber in 2011 and many other great events.

The basketball team Golden State Warriors took Oracle Arena as their home since 1971. When their home Harmon Gym was being renovated in the seasons 1997-98 and 1998-99, the California Golden Bears played their games at the arena. The hockey team California Seals was the first tenant of the arena in 1966. Between 1966 and 1973, the Bay Bombers played at the arena. And in the 1982-83 season, the Golden Bay Earthquakes played in The Oracle. Also the roller hockey team, Oakland Skates player their games at the arena between 1993 and 1995.

After the 1966 renovation of the arena, the Golden State Warriors came back before they used to play at San Jose Arena. After the renovation, the arena had 17,000 for ice hockey and 19,596 for basketball. And agreement had been reached between Oracle Corporation and Golden State Warriors in 2006 to name the arena The Oracle. The attendance record was reached in 2007, when a game between Warriors and Utah Jazz was watched by 20,679 fans in which the Warriors lost.

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