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2013-14 Warrior Girl Auditions
July 22, 2013
After a four day audition process, the 2013-14 Warrior Girls team was selected on Friday.
The 29th Warrior Girls team features 14 returning dancers, along with six newcomers, hailing from as far as Arizona and Oklahoma.
To find out who made the squad, visit warriors.com/warriorgirls.
The Final Audition was held on Thursday evening at the Warriors Practice Facility.
After four days of work, the dancers had one last chance to prove themselves to the judges.
Dub Nation was watching, as the auditions were streaming live on warriors.com. Also watching closely, was the panel of judges who had tough decisions to make.
First, the ladies performed a Jazz routine...
...followed by a Hip-Hop routine...
...and lastly, the ladies had a chance to show off their talents with some freestyle.
The judges had a difficult time deciding who would make the team, but eventually decided on the final 20 girls.
For more information on the Warrior Girls, please visit warriors.com/warriorgirls
Aspiring dancers put their talents on display during the 2013-14 Warrior Girl Auditions.
The week-long audition process began on Saturday, July 20, at the Warriors Practice Facility in Downtown Oakland.
Over 150 dancers attended preliminary auditions. Ladies traveled from as far as Japan to audition.
Among those that auditioned were Warrior Girls from years past, who had to earn their spot on the dance team as if they were trying out for the first time.
While many former Warrior Girls were looking to return for the 2013-14 season...
...others were looking to make one of the NBA's top dance teams for the first time.
Dance Team Director Sabrina Ellison explained that in addition to being a dancer, Warrior Girls serve as community ambassadors for the Golden State Warriors as well.
For many, earning a spot on an NBA dance team would be a dream come true.
With so many dancers competing for a limited number of spots on the team, the potential Warrior Girls had no choice but to give it their all in the auditions.
The day started with warm-ups, and then the ladies learned a jazz routine for Round 1.
After having a chance to practice the routine, the dancers performed three at a time for the panel of judges.
After much deliberation, 60 dancers were cut.
The ladies that made it to Round 2 learned a hip-hop routine. After practicing, the dancers performed for the judges.
It was a very tough decision but the judges selected 46 dancers to continue on to the final round.
The finalists began the week-long process on Sunday where they were interviewed to see if they had what it takes to be an ambassador for the Warriors.
On Monday and Tuesday the ladies attended Warrior Girls Boot Camp.
Steve Clausen of One Healthy Bod led the finalists in a workout to test their fitness.
Visit warriors.com/warriorgirls for more information on this year's team.