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The NBA pre-season is usually not something to get excited about. The winner and loser don’t matter and you don’t get to see the star players for the entire game. So why go to an NBA pre-season game? Well, the Golden State Warriors have provided an incentive to head to Oracle Arena for some pre-season action. The Warriors have released their full pre-season schedule and will have a total of eight games before the start of the regular season.

The first six games for the Warriors will be on the road, including stops in Los Angeles, Iowa, Missouri, and Texas. The final two pre-season games will be at Oracle Arena, first they host the Los Angeles Clippers and then the Denver Nuggets come to town. While you can’t expect high level basketball for 48 minutes, the Warriors will be giving bobble-heads to the first 10,000 fans in attendance. On October 21st, the Warriors will be giving out an Andre Iguodala bobble-head commemorating his selection to the NBA All-Defensive first team. If you don’t get a chance to make the first game, the Warriors will be giving out a Steph Curry bobble-head that honors his selection to the All-NBA Second team on October 24th when they face the Nuggets.

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Make sure you act fast and get your tickets. Bobble-heads make great collectibles that can be passed on for generations. Below you will find the official press release for any further information:



OAKLAND, CA – The Golden State Warriors are hosting Andre Iguodala and Stephen Curry Bobblehead Nights at home games against the Los Angeles Clippers and Denver Nuggets at Oracle Arena as part of an eight-game preseason schedule that begins on October 7 in Los Angeles, the team announced today.

Andre Iguodala Bobblehead Night, presented by Lucky Supermarkets, is scheduled for Tuesday, October 21, when the Warriors host the Clippers at 7:30 p.m. The first 10,000 fans in attendance will receive a bobblehead commemorating Iguodala’s selection to the NBA All-Defensive First Team last season.

Stephen Curry Bobblehead Night, presented by Comcast SportsNet, takes place on Friday, October 24, as the Warriors host the Nuggets at 7:30 p.m. Once again, the first 10,000 fans in attendance will receive a bobblehead honoring Curry’s All-NBA Second Team selection last season. The game also marks the season’s first Authentic Fan Friday, presented by Comcast SportsNet, as the network will continue its Authentic Fan Friday program for all Friday night home games in 2014-15.

Additionally, the Warriors will be the home team for a neutral-site game against the Denver Nuggets at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, IA, on Thursday, October 16.

Single-game tickets for the Warriors preseason games at Oracle Arena are on sale now and available at warriors.com or by calling 888-GSW-HOOP. Single-game ticket options for regular season games will be announced at a later date. Visa is a proud sponsor and preferred payment partner of the Golden State Warriors.

For more information on the Golden State Warriors 2014-15 season, presented by Kaiser Permanente, visit warriors.com. Below is the Warriors 2014 preseason schedule:


Tuesday October 7 Los Angeles Clippers Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA 7:30 PM

Thursday October 9 Los Angeles Lakers Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA 7:30 PM

Sunday October 12 Los Angeles Lakers Citizens Business Bank Arena – Ontario, CA 6:30 PM

Thursday October 16 Denver Nuggets Wells Fargo Arena – Des Moines, IA 5:00 PM

Friday October 17 Miami Heat Sprint Center – Kansas City, MO 5:30 PM

Sunday October 19 Houston Rockets State Farm Arena – Hidalgo, TX 5:00 PM

Tuesday October 21 Los Angeles Clippers Oracle Arena – Oakland, CA 7:30 PM

Friday October 24 Denver Nuggets Oracle Arena – Oakland, CA 7:30 PM