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Warriors become first professional sports team to launch NFT collection

Warriors become first professional sports team to launch NFT collection

By | | Bay Area News GroupThe Golden State Warriors launched a non-fungible token (NFT) collection Tuesday morning, becoming the first professional sports team to do so.“The digital collectibles excitement is palpable,” Warriors president Brandon Schneider said. “We see NFTs and digitization of our business as a mainstay to engage our fans around the world.”The NBA in collaboration with Dapper Labs has seen lucrative returns on its blockchain-based platform, Top Shot, which allows fans to buy, sell and trade numbered versions of officially licensed video highlights. According to ESPN, the...

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Warriors: How texts from Durant have helped Wiseman during up-and-down rookie season

Warriors: How texts from Durant have helped Wiseman during up-and-down rookie season

By | | Bay Area News GroupNearly every day, James Wiseman’s phone lights up with a text from Kevin Durant.“We talk about the system, how he was able to fit into the system here,” Wiseman said of Durant, who he met in high school when filming a video for a Durant-backed startup. “He just gave me a lot of advice.”If anyone knows what it’s like to be a high-profile player tasked with fitting into the Warriors’ unique read-and-react system, it’s Durant, whose three years in Golden State were defined by championship runs and tension. Wiseman, 20, hopes to replicate the way Durant once fit into...

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San Jose teachers will not return to the classroom until conditions are safe

San Jose teachers will not return to the classroom until conditions are safe

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XBy | | Bay Area News GroupThe San Jose Unified School District on Friday announced their teachers will not return to the classroom for the start to the upcoming school year.Citing the recent spikes in coronavirus cases in the state, the San Jose Teachers Association and California Teachers Association informed San Jose Unified that it would be unsafe for their teachers to provide in-person instruction in the classroom at least to start the school year.“Teachers do not feel that it is safe to return to teaching in...

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