Sacramento, Calif. – On Saturday, Jan. 5, the Sacramento Kings will welcome the Golden State Warriors to Golden 1 Center as they host the sixth annual Bollywood Night.
Throughout the night, the Kings will celebrate traditional Indian culture with music, special performances and other activations in the arena. The game will be played on the Kings Global Statement court which features logos specific to India and China, as the team markets itself beyond traditional borders.
The Sacramento Kings are dedicated to creating an environment of inclusion, recognizing the diversity of the Sacramento region and celebrating the expansion of the NBA. Recently, the Kings announced the team would play the first-ever NBA India Games in Mumbai on October 4 and 5, 2019.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit Kings.com.
When: Saturday, January 5, 2019 – 7 p.m. PST tipoff
Sacramento Kings vs. Golden State Warriors
How to view: Fans in India can watch a live stream of the game and in-game activities on Sony Ten 1 and Sony ESPN. The broadcast on Sony ESPN will be in Hindi.
Details: Golden 1 Center will be decorated with multi-colored banners and Kings Entertainment will wear traditional kurtas and saris. All guests will receive “Bollywood Night” rally towels in various bright colors. Anaam Singh will perform the National Anthem. Anjali “Nani” Ranadivé, singer and daughter of Kings Owner and Chairman Vivek Ranadivé – the first Indian majority owner in the NBA, will with Indian born American singer Mickey Singh during halftime. In-game performances will include a Bollywood themed dance performed by the Sacramento Kings Dancers, and Banghra Empire.