Warriors To Host "Slate Night" Every Saturday Game For The Remainder Of The 2014-15 Season

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The Golden State Warriors will host Slate Night for every Saturday game starting this weekend when the team battles the Charlotte Hornets at Oracle Arena (7:30p.m.). Warriors players will wear the Slate alternate uniforms for every Saturday home and away game for the remainder of the season, with the Warriors Dance Team, Hoop Troop, Flying Dubs, Jr. Jam, DJ Sharp and Aftershock wearing Slate alternate jerseys for every Saturday home game.

In addition, during Saturday home games at Oracle Arena, the Warriors will transform Oracle Arena for Slate Night with the following:

  • Slate lighting surrounding Oracle Arena as fans enter the building
  • A Slate photo booth on the main concourse where fans can take photos with the Warriors Dance Team
  • A DJ on the East Plaza outside of Oracle Arena as fans arrive
  • Slate On-Court Shooting Shirts featured as the Item of the Game at the Warriors Team Store

Prior to the start of the 2014-15 season, the Warriors unveiled the Slate alternate uniforms during an exclusive event attended by a variety of social media influencers. An industry first for an unveiling of this nature, the Warriors invited influencers to join Warriors forward Harrison Barnes at Twitter’s Headquarters in San Francisco to reveal the team’s official 2014-15 Slate alternate uniform for the first time. For more information about the unveiling please visit https://www.nba.com/warriors/news/new-adidas-alternate-uniforms-20140928. For video and photos of the unveiling, please visit https://app.box.com/GSWSlatePressKit.

Fans interested in purchasing a Slate jersey, can do so by visiting https://www.warriorsteamstore.com/.

Designed by adidas, the Warriors 2014-15 alternate uniforms feature a new color for the NBA, Slate, which has been added to the team’s identity for the 2014-15 season. Slate represents not only the technology and innovation synonymous with the Bay Area, but also the body armor for the team on the court.