The NBA Champion Golden State Warriors will give away bobbleheads celebrating the team’s MVP award-winners from the 2014-15 season at the club’s two upcoming preseason games at Oracle Arena, the team announced today.
The Stephen Curry 2014-15 NBA MVP Edition Bobblehead will be given away to the first 10,000 fans entering Oracle Arena on Tuesday, October 13, when the team faces the Denver Nuggets at 7:30 p.m. The Andre Iguodala 2015 NBA Finals MVP Edition Bobblehead, presented by Lucky Supermarkets, will be distributed to the first 10,000 fans entering Oracle Arena on Thursday, October 15, for a meeting against the Houston Rockets with a special 7:00 p.m. tipoff.
Tickets for both home preseason games will be available starting next Tuesday, September 15, through a series of exclusive presales, before tickets go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, September 16, at 2:00 p.m. Fans interested in participating in these presales may sign up through warriors.com. Tickets for these games may also be purchased through the Warriors official resale marketplace, where season ticket holders and other fans resell tickets that are guaranteed by the Warriors organization. Resale tickets are currently available through warriors.com, and offer a safe and convenient way for fans to access all levels of tickets throughout the preseason, regular season and playoffs.
In May, Curry was named the winner the 2014-15 Kia NBA Most Valuable Player award, becoming the second player in Warriors history to be named MVP, along with Wilt Chamberlain, who earned the honor as a rookie with the Philadelphia Warriors in 1959-60. Curry led the Warriors to a franchise-record and NBA-best 67 wins in 2014-15 (67-15, .817) and helped the Warriors capture their first Pacific Division title since 1975-76.
Following the Warriors’ series-clinching victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6 of the 2015 NBA Finals, Iguodala was named series MVP. After not starting a single game during the regular-season or playoffs, Iguodala was inserted into the starting lineup prior to Game 4 and was a catalyst on both ends of the court as Golden State went on to win three-straight games, overcoming a two games-to-one series deficit and claiming the franchise’s fourth NBA title and its first in 40 years. For the series, he averaged 16.3 points, 5.8 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.33 steals per contest.
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