Photo of What Appears to Be Golden State Warriors' New Court in San Francisco Emerges

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - MAY 22:   Jerry West  of the Golden State Warriors, former NBA palyer and now Executive Board Member, speaks as (L-R) David Stern, Rick Welts, Peter Guber, Joe Lacob, Mayor Edwin M. Lee, and Ahmad Rashad looks on at a press conference with the Golden State Warriors announcing plans to build a new sport and entertainment arena on the waterfront in San Francisco in time for the 2017-18 NBA Season on May 22, 2012 in San Francisco, California.  (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
Golden State Warriors Announce Plan To Move To San Francisco | Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

The Golden State Warriors dynasty came to an end both on and off the court last season, as the team enters 2019-20 decimated by injuries and no longer calling Oracle Arena home. Their new arena, the Chase Center, is slated to open up in San Francisco this coming season, and photos have recently surfaced of what it appears the Warriors' home floor will look like.

It looks very similar to the Warriors former court at Oracle Arena, with the glaring difference being that "San Francisco" is written on one baseline, with Golden State Warriors on the other, as opposed to Golden State on both. This addition is a nice tribute to the city in which the Warriors play in, giving their court a slightly altered home feel.

In comparison, here is what Oracle Arena's court looked like:

The layout is roughly the same, but Chase Center brings a more modern vibe to it, presenting an advanced jumbotron and the allure of the new building. Time will tell if Chase Center's court provides the same home court advantage the Warriors had at Oracle, but from the pictures, it looks as if they will feel right at home at their new stomping grounds.