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SAN FRANCISCO -- Sitting on the shore and staring at one of the world's most majestic metropolitan views, Joe Lacob leaned over to hear fellow Golden State Warriors co-owner Peter Guber whisper in his ear. "Man," Guber said, "we got to do this." And with that, the franchise's new vision started to come into focus. The Warriors, NBA Commissioner David Stern and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee officially announced Tuesday that the Bay Area's only NBA team will try to move back to scenic San Francisco. The earliest the team could leave Oakland would be 2017, when it can escape...
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The Golden State Warriors are expected to announce this week that they will move back to San Francisco after more than 40 years in neighboring Oakland, CSN Bay Area reported Monday.
A press conference is reportedly being planned for this week, possibly as early as Tuesday.
Several reports Sunday indicated the team had settled on a plan to build a privately funded arena on Piers...
It’s official, the Golden State Warriors are on the move. Ed Lee, the Mayor of San Francisco, Owners Joe Lacob and Peter Guber, David Stern and others were on hand in San Francisco at Pier 30/32 for the announcement. The new sports and entertainment arena will be located on the waterfront, south of the Bay [...]
Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob talks about the new San Francisco arena and the challenges of playing in Oakland.
The Warriors are planning to move to San Francisco for the 2017-18 season, but have no intention to change their name from Golden State.
Like many kids, I had no clue where the hell Golden State was growing up. I turned to NBA Inside Stuff for answers, and they always seemed to ignore the location and just report on the team. I generally accepted the idea that they were some location-less squad built on Chris Mullin and Tim Hardaway. [...]
The Golden State Warriors are ready to announce what many have long suspected: The franchise wants to move back to San Francisco.
The NBA team, commissioner David Stern and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee scheduled a news conference at 10 a.m. local time Tuesday to announce the decision to leave Oakland. The earliest the team could move would be 2017, when it can escape its lease at...
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In San Francisco, provided the waterfront arena is built in time for the 2017-2018 season...
The team, initially, played at the Cow Palace for 11 seasons after their move from Philadelphia in the early 1960's. But they moved to, what is now, Oracle Arena when Larry Ellison bought the naming rights for the Oakland...