In the upper level (200s) at Oracle Arena, SRO tickets will place you behind the last row of reserved seating in your respective section. In most upper level sections, including section 212, there are two "rows" of SRO tickets just behind row 17.
One reason Oracle Arena is one of the loudest stadiums in the NBA is because of how close the seats are to the court. In most basketball arenas, these upper level baseline sections are far removed from the court and fans can become easily dis-engaged. But at a Warriors game, these seats are just above a small set of premium seating and 30 rows of lower level seats.
When choosing seats here, consider that sitting behind the basket comes with some challenges. Seeing made baskets on the hoop near you can be difficult because of the backboard and the basket support. You can find better views and similar prices in nearby corner sections.
If sitting behind the basket doesn't bother you, consider seats in one of the lower rows for quicker access to the upper level concourse and its amenities. The section tunnel is located near row 4.
Accessible seating is located at the front of sections 208, 209, 224 and 225. This row is commonly labeled as DS and allows for wheelchairs and companion seating.