Warriors Win Three Northern California Emmy® Awards

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OAKLAND, Calif. – The 2015 NBA Champion Golden State Warriors were honored tonight by the San Francisco/Northern California Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences with three EMMY® Awards in the categories of Sporting Game-Live/Unedited, Sports-Daily or Weekly Program/Series and Sports-Feature/Segment. The EMMY® Awards were presented Saturday, June 4 at the 45th Annual Northern California Area EMMY® Awards at the SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco and recognized excellence in all fields of television and on-line production throughout the 2015 calendar year.

Warriors TV broadcasters Bob Fitzgerald, Jim Barnett and Rosalyn Gold-Onwude took home an EMMY® for their broadcast of the Warriors vs. Kings game on CSN Bay Area when the Warriors defeated the Kings 126-101 on January 23, 2015 highlighted by Warriors All-Star guard Klay Thompson’s NBA record 37 point third quarter. To view CSN Bay Area’s call of Thompson’s third quarter, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nyBpt9tRsg.

Warriors play-by-play announcer Bob Fitzgerald is in his 19th season, color analyst Jim Barnett is in his 31st season and Rosalyn Gold-Onwude is in her second season as the Warriors TV broadcasters on CSN Bay Area.

In the Sports-Daily or Weekly Program/Series category the Warriors were honored for “Warriors Ground-Heroes’ Journey.” The “Heroes” episode, which is a part of the Warriors Ground series, debuted on CSN Bay Area on December 5, 2015 and recaps the Opening Night celebration and ring ceremony for the 2015 NBA Champion Warriors. In addition, it features Shaun Livingston and his enduring journey to becoming a champion, along with a sit down from Warriors Legend Rick Barry. To view the episode, visit https://youtu.be/Pcf9K1t2b84.

In the Sports-Feature/Segment category, the Warriors were recognized for “Marcel Reese Pride of the Bay.” This original content from warriors.com highlights how the Bay Area was abuzz when Warriors were in the 2015 NBA Finals for the first time in 40 years, and features how Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reece was proud to represent Dub Nation in this special tribute. To view the feature, visit https://youtu.be/bWpBHJiGYgc.

Warriors Studio, the in-house video production arm for the Warriors, produces a wide range of content including commercials, TV shows, online video content for warriors.com, social media platforms, and video content for in-stadium entertainment at Oracle Arena.

Warriors Ground is THE all-access pass for Warriors fans. Bringing exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, highlights from the community, features on the legacy and heritage of the team, fan stories and more, this sports and lifestyle show delivers Warriors Ground straight to your living room. All nine episodes can be watched at warriors.com/wgtv.