By Stephen Tsai
The Warriors' spring training ends with today's first Black-White game.
It will be a chance to watch some of the Warriors' younger players, such as quarterback Ikaika Woolsey, fullback Marcus Langkilde, defensive tackles Hunter Thomson and Mike Andrade, cornerback Anthony Pierce and linebacker Julian Gener.
The event begins at 4:30 p.m. at Ching Field.
The unusual opening time is because of the lights. In constructing sand volleyball courts on the mauka side, the row of lights were disconnected and relocated. Not all of the makai lights work, either, The Warriors did not want to play too late when visibility might be a concern.
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A concerned UH fan apparently donated $1,000 to be used for lightbulbs and ladders on the lower campus.
Lightbulbs are the new soap.
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The last offensive guard selected in the NFL draft's top 10?
That would be Chris Naeole, by the New Orleans Saints in 1997. Naeole, of course, is the Warriors' offensive line coach.