Following Monday's practice the Golden State Warriors visited a Reading and Learning Center in Beijing marking another day full of activity after taking a sightseeing tour of the Great Wall on Sunday.
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The Warriors are in China as part of the NBA Global Games and the recently established Reading and Learning Center with a heavy Golden State theme is the 43rd such center opened around the world by NBA Cares.
NBA senior vice president Todd Jacobsen spoke to Warriors TV about the program:
"... Its about creating resources for the school and a safe place where they can go to learn and play. ... They just inspire. They use the NBA players that are just great role models and they use this excitement they have for the game to create an environment where kids can learn and that's what the program is all about."
The team also soaked in the cities culture touring other landmarks before capping off the night with a welcome reception, which was held for both the Warriors and Lakers and included an appearance from NBA Commissioner David Stern.
The Warriors beat the Lakers 100-95 on Tuesday and the two teams square off again on Friday night in Shanghai.
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