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The Dubs put together a near offensive masterpiece in Wednesday’s win over the Spurs, the team’s 13th victory in the last 14 games. Next up is a road game in Phoenix on Friday, but that will come after a news-heavy day today with the NBA trade deadline coming up at noon, and then the first-ever televised NBA All-Star Draft is today at 4 p.m. on TNT. Should be an interesting day to say the least. Meanwhile, here are some notable headlines and social posts to stay up to date on the team.

Tommie Smith Recognized on Warriors Ground
A day after visiting a Warriors team practice, Tommie Smith, a 1968 Olympic gold medalist who raised his fist and stared downward on the podium during the playing of the national anthem, was recognized on-court during a break in the action of Wednesday’s Warriors-Spurs game. More than 50 years after his silent protest for human rights, he received a warm ovation from the fans in attendance as he was presented a Warriors jersey with the number 68.

2019 NBA All-Star mock draft: Projected picks for Team LeBron, Team Giannis
The Warriors Insiders bring their fun back-and-forth banter to the All-Star Draft. Somehow, Kendall Jenner fits in to all of this. You have to read it for yourself and see if you agree with their picks. » Read Full Story

Jordan and Quinn are at it Again
Recently, we saw Jordan Bell and Quinn Cook see if their hoops skills translated to the salesfloor with Kia. Next up was an outing with United Airlines at the San Francisco International Airport. The duo had quite the experience, making announcements in the terminal for an outgoing flight and getting to work on the tarmac. Have a look below:

Google Cloud Signs First Pro Sports Team Deal With Warriors
Analytics has taken off in recent years in the world of professional sports, and now the Warriors will get a boost in that area with the help of Google Cloud. The partnership will include the Warriors collaborating with Google Cloud for analytics and machine learning on both the basketball and business side of the organization, as detailed in the Sports Business Journal. » Read Full Story

Santa Cruz players envision themselves in Warriors’ new Chase Center
Earlier this week, the Sea Dubs made a trip to San Francisco to take a tour of Chase Center. The Warriors will play their first season there next year, and the current Sea Dubs got a behind-the-scenes look at the project that is coming along quite quickly. » Read Full Story

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