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The NBA is in the midst of its first-ever Chinese New Year Celebration, and the Warriors are one of its featured teams. The Warriors celebration of the Year of the Dragon will culminate this Friday with a number of in-arena festivities before, during and after that evenings matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder .
"Chinese New Year is a fun time of year and we wanted to join in the festivities and show appreciation to our fans," NBA President of International Heidi Ueberroth. "With the help of our great partners, we will celebrate the Year of the Dragon with exciting matchups, customized content, and a variety of Chinese New Year-themed fan activities in China and the U.S."
The Warriors tribute to Chinese culture will peak on Friday, but the team has already begun its celebration. On January 14, the Warrior Girls took part in the Year of the Dragon mini-parade preview and ribbon cutting ceremony in San Francisco. View photos of that event by clicking on the image below.
The Warriors participation in these events is part of the first-ever NBA Chinese New Year Celebration, which began on Saturday and ends this Saturday. The comprehensive, week-long event will pay tribute to the leagues Chinese fan base with live games, customized coverage and a variety of NBA-themed events in China and the U.S. For more on the NBAs Chinese New Year Celebration, click here.
On behalf of the entire organization, we hope the Year of the Dragon is prosperous and filled with joy for all Warriors fans worldwide. Gung Hay Fat Choy!
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