(A return to Seattle would not be longer than New York to San Francisco.) In other words, if you’re going, you’re flying. Even if you get someone to go with you, and you take turns, one drives while the other one sleeps, and you pack 2 days’ worth of food, and you use the side of the Interstate as a toilet, and you don’t get pulled over for speeding, you’ll still need over 2 full days. Getting off I-80, you’ll need Exit 8A for I-880, the Nimitz Freeway – the 1997-rebuilt version of the double-decked expressway that collapsed, killing 42 people, during the Loma Prieta Earthquake that struck during the 1989 World Series between the 2 Bay Area teams.
From I-880, you’ll take Exit 37, turning left onto Zhone Way (no, that’s not a typo), which becomes 66th Avenue, and then turn right onto Coliseum Way.
It's also a lot cheaper, could be around 0 or even less. Founded in 1852 and named after oak trees in the area, Oakland is a city of a little over 400,000 people.
BART from SFO to downtown San Francisco takes 26 minutes, to downtown Oakland 43 minutes. But if you count the "Oakland area" of the San Francisco Bay Area as being the Counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Merced, San Joaquin, Solano, Stanislaus, Sutter and Yolo (not "YOLO"), it comes to 4,723,778 people -- almost as much as the San Francisco side of the area, counting the Counties of Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara (including San Jose), Santa Cruz and Sonoma: 4,855,538.
The Warriors hope to open a new arena in San Francisco, in time for the 2018-19 season.
The city does have numbered streets, starting with 1st Street on the bayfront and increasing as you move northeast.
One of the BART stops in the city is called "12th Street Oakland City Center," and it's at 12th & Broadway, so if you're looking at a centerpoint for the city, that's as good as any.
It’s 2,909 miles from Madison Square Garden, and 2,911 miles from the Barclays Center, to the Oakland Coliseum complex.
This is the longest Knick or Net roadtrip there is, and will remain so after the move back across the Bay, unless the NBA returns to Vancouver or creates an international division. Get onto Interstate 80 West in New Jersey, and – though incredibly long, it’s also incredibly simple – you’ll stay on I-80 for almost its entire length, which is 2,900 miles from Ridgefield Park, just beyond the New Jersey end of the George Washington Bridge, to the San Francisco end of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.Possibly, but not certainly, just enough time to get to a hotel and then to the game.