Warriors tickets on sale Saturday

Single-game tickets for Warriors home games will go on sale Saturday during the team's annual open house at Oracle Arena.

Fans attending the open house, which runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets to all home games before they are made available to the general public. Those not able to attend the open house will be able to buy tickets online at www.warriors.com and at all Ticketmaster outlets.

Also available at the openhouse will be the chance to purchase the Opening Night Four-Pack ticket package or a Family and Friends Weekend package for the open-house special price of $99. That deal is only good Saturday.

Meanwhile, the Warriors waived guard Sarunas Jasikevicius after buying out the remainder of his contract, which had one year and $4 million left on his original three-year, $12 million rookie deal. Jasikevicius was acquired by the Warriors in the Jan. 17 eight-player trade with the Indiana Pacers.

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