Warriors greet animals who were shipped out of Hurricane Irma's path

OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- The Warriors greeted animals in Oakland who were shipped out of Hurricane Irma's path.

There were two puppies - American bulldogs. The pair is a brother and sister named Jordan and Wilson.

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They were among more than 100 other dogs and cats that arrived in September.

The two will be put up for adoption after Monday night's game.

Jordan Bell was the warrior who got to hang out with his namesake Jordan and Wilson Monday afternoon.

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The animals arrived via a Federal Express in September flown here by the Miami Heat.

So far, about 40 of the animals have been adopted out with more expected as they are medically cleared.

The team is also presenting the Peninsula Humane Society with a check for $20,000 to help with their animal rescue efforts.

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