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Warriors unveil Chinese Heritage uniforms

Dubs to debut new jerseys on Jan. 25 against Minnesota

Anna Kagarakis
December 27, 2017 - 10:03 am

The reigning champ Golden State Warriors will be wearing Chinese Heritage alternate uniforms for an assortment of games during the 2017-18 season.

The Dubs will unveil the Chinese Heritage threads at Oracle Arena on Jan. 25 vs.  the Minnesota Timberwolves, who the club faced in a pair of preseason games in China in October. Chinese Heritage merchandise, including hats, shirts and sweatshirts, is available now at warriors.com and will be available at the Warriors Team Store tonight, while Chinese Heritage alternate jerseys for every player on the roster are available for presale at warriors.com.  

Per the team, here's a quick rundown on the design:

"The Chinese characters for prosperity are proudly placed on the waistline of the shorts while the chest logo combines the Golden Gate Bridge and classic Chinese symbolism. The suspension bridge detail, which has appeared on previous Warriors uniform Editions, remains on the shorts. “The Bay,” which appears on the front of the jersey, recognizes the importance of the entire Bay Area to the Warriors organization. In coming seasons, the Warriors will continue to use “The Bay” uniform highlighting a variety of heritages special and unique to the Bay Area."

Golden State will don the jerseys for the following games:  

  • Thursday, Jan, 25 vs. Minnesota
  • Saturday, Feb. 24 vs. Oklahoma City
  • Wednesday, Feb. 28 at Washington
  • Thursday, March 8 vs. San Antonio
  • Saturday, March 17 at Phoenix
  • Monday, March 19 at San Antonio
  • Thursday, March 29 vs. Milwaukee
  • Saturday, March 31 at Sacramento
  • Tuesday, April 3 at Oklahoma City

The Chinese Heritage jersey marks the fifth uniform that the Warriors will wear this season, along with “The Town” uniforms, paying homage to the city of Oakland and the Classic Edition uniforms, resembling those worn by the Warriors in the mid 80’s; and the Warriors Association (white) and Icon (blue) uniforms.

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