There's no questioning the fact the Warriors want revenge on the Bucks -- who handed Golden State its only loss of the season thus far -- when they face off against them Friday night at Oracle Arena.
Not only did the Bucks end all the historical streaks the Warriors owned, they did it in a way that irked many of the reigning champs. And one part in particular forward Draymond Green didn't take lightly, were "24-1" shirts made by one of the Bucks owners, Wes Edens.
"The 24-1 shirts in the NBA store and the streak-buster shirts, I'm not sure if ... that's what I want to promote for my team," said Green.
Message received, loud and clear. And responding to that message is Oakland apparel company, Oaklandish.
The company created Warriors colored shirts with "10-18" on them, predicting one more loss to the Bucks record. When Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports tweeted a picture of the shirts, Oaklandish responded by saying, "Just having some fun since it's so quiet around here during the holidays."
On creating the "24-1" shirts, Edens said, “It looks good now, right? It was a good statement on their progress and they went out and backed it up.”
Before they do battle once more, the Bucks are 10-17, good for 13th place in the Eastern Conference, while the Warriors are the top dogs of the Western Conference at 25-1.
"They're our next challenge and we remember what happened up there less than a week ago so it's going to be a fun atmosphere. Want to come out and play our game and play with the same energy they did -- even more than they did when we were up there," Steph Curry said on facing the Bucks.
Now, it's up to the Warriors to make their own statement and back up their fans' crystal ball t-shirt prediction.