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A recap of Sacramento Kings' sixth annual Bollywood Night

The 2019 Bollywood night hosted by the Sacramento Kings was the sixth edition of this annual event.
The 2019 Bollywood night hosted by the Sacramento Kings was the sixth edition of this annual event. (NBA)

Sunday's Northern California clash between the Golden State Warriors and the Sacramento Kings was one for the record books.

For the first time in NBA history, both teams made at least 20 3-pointers. In the close 127-123 win, the Warriors made 21 while the Kings made 20 long-range shots.

Although the game didn't disappoint, the night was special for other reasons as well. It was Kings' sixth annual Bollywood night and there was no shortage of cultural festivities.

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Fans came into the arena to Bollywood-themed rally towels on their seats and the team's alternative court, one that features the Kings logo and name in international languages such as Hindi and Mandarin.

The night began with a "Singh" (Anaam Singh) tipping off proceedings with his renditions of America's national anthem.

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Halftime was a mix of a couple of performances.

First up, was Indian-American singer Mickey Singh with Anjali "Nani" Ranadivé, singer and daughter of Kings Owner and Chairman Vivek Ranadivé.

That was followed up by the Bhangra empire:

Not to forget the Kings' dancers who also stepped up to the ocassion:

The night even had a "Bollywood Dance Cam".

The special day for the Kings had a special visitor - the Governer of California Gavin Newsom.

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