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Warrior Inducted into Hall of Fame

The last Warrior to participate in the Sunday All-Star game and to represent our country as a member of Dream Team (2000) has been inducted into the Hall of Fame.

Longtime Golden State Warriors Head Athletic Trainer Tom Abdenour has been inducted into the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) Hall of Fame, the Association announced. NATA is a not-for-profit organization representing and supporting 30,000 members of the athletic training profession.

Lets give a round of applause for our longest tenured Warrior: TOM ABDENOUR!

Abdenour has touched and taped the ankles of Warrior greats Chris Mullin, Tim Haradaway, Mitch Richmond, John Stroeder, Billy Owens, Andre Spencer, Jason Caffey, Adonal Foyle, Gerald Madkins, Jason Richardson, Gilbert Arenas, Guy Rucker...
(photo courtesy of Renee Fernandes/NATA)

Abdenour has served the Warriors for the last twenty years. Sticking through thick and thin, he continues to be a leader on and off the court in the field of sports medicine!

Abdenour has taught Thunder in addition to hundreds of kids the importance of stretching
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As people take note of Abdenour's health tips, Thunder looks to score some digits.
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