Oracle inks naming rights deal with Warriors’ training facility

The Oracle Performance Center, measuring 25,349 square feet, will be home to the Warriors practice facility and player campus.

The Golden State Warriors have expanded their long-running partnership with American multinational computer technology company Oracle to include the naming rights to the National Basketball Association team’s training complex.

The officially-called Oracle Performance Center will be home to the Warriors’ practice facility and player campus at Chase Center, the team’s state-of-the-art venue in San Francisco.

Chase Center is in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighbourhood, about a mile and a half of Oracle Park. Oracle Park has been the home of Major League Baseball’s San Francisco Giants since 2000.

Much like the Giants’ ambitious $2.5bn Mission Rock mixed-use development now beginning to take shape, the Warriors have their mixed-use development plans for the 11.5-acre arena property, what they are calling Thrive City.

The Giants and Warriors have spent considerable time together to work through potential traffic and infrastructure conflicts gave the overlap of their game schedules in both the spring and early fall and the relative adjacency of their facilities.

The facility showcases two full-length ball courts, six b-ball loops, a 4,000-square-foot weight room, the group’s storage space, preparation and treatment regions, which incorporate a sauna, a cryo-treatment chamber, and a hydro room with glide tanks.

Extra convenience spaces incorporate a kitchen, group relax, a barbershop, and a theatre. The storage space has a segment of the group’s 2015 NBA Championship court trimmed on the floor in the focal point of the room.

The extended association will incorporate joint innovation improvement to upgrade player advancement, preparation, and execution. Prophet will likewise dispatch restrictive 2021 NBA Draft content with the Warriors’ draft picks and is the introducing accomplice of the Warriors’ 2021 NBA Summer League group.

“The competitive advantage that Oracle will add to our team, through its partnership with the performance centre and our joint technology development work, is significant,” said Kirk Lacob, Warriors executive vice president of basketball operations.

The Warriors and Oracle have had a partnership for more than 15 years. Initially, Oracle served as the naming rights partner for the Warriors’ former home in Oakland called the Oracle Arena, which saw great success, including warriors’ NBA championship wins in 2015, 2017, and 2018.

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