OAKLAND, Calif. — LDS missionaries will sing. Mormon and Catholic elementary-age youths will scrimmage at halftime. The Golden State Warrior's head coach Keith Smart will be presented with a framed family tree. Elder Robert N. Packer, an Area Seventy, and Tom Holmoe, BYU's athletic director, will lead a post-game "Chalk Talk."
It's the second annual "LDS Family and Friends Night" on Friday, Jan. 21 when the NBA Golden State Warriors take on the Sacramento Kings.
Last year, more than 3,000 Mormon attended the "LDS Night" when the Warriors played the Utah Jazz.
Holmoe is expected to provide an update on joining the West Coast Conference, which includes three bay-area schools, and BYU's independent status.