During the first round of the playoffs Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob ran the sidelines in a yellow T-shirt with the words "LOUD. PROUD. WARRIORS" on the front.
On Tuesday he turned the volume up on the personal pride he takes in owning the team and fired Mark Jackson, the man who was able to do something for his franchise that hadn't been done in more than...
The relationship between Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob and head coach Mark Jackson is a bit icy to say the least.
We’ve heard reports in recent weeks suggesting that Lacob would wait until after the season to make a decision on Jackson’s future and now Ken Berger of CBS has added a bit more fuel to the fire, suggesting Lacob could fire Jackson if the team doesn’t have...
With a win Friday night, the Golden State Warriors will have clinched back-to-back playoff berths for the first time since 1991 and 1992. In less than four years with Joe Lacob and partners owning the Warriors, this franchise has already seen more success than it had in the previous 20 years. This ownership group removed all of the people it didn't see fit for being a part of...
Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob says the team is pushing back plans to build an arena on the San Francisco waterfront at least one year.
Lacob confirmed recent reports that opening the arena by the original 2017 target date is no longer possible during an interview Tuesday on the team's radio affiliate. Instead, Lacob told KNBR-680 that the Warriors are ''planning...
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February 04, 2014
It was supposed to be a night that would honor Hall of Famer Chris Mullin's contributions to the Golden State Warriors by retiring his jersey. Instead, it turned into a sellout crowd booing their owner for five long and awkward minutes.
At halftime of Monday night's game between the Golden State Warriors and Minnesota Timberwolves, there was a ceremony that retired...
Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob worked into the wee hours of Tuesday morning to return ''hundreds'' of emails in the wake of a stunning display by typically well-behaved Bay Area fans, who booed him throughout a halftime ceremony to retire Hall of Famer Chris Mullin's No. 17 jersey.
As Lacob struggled to make his tribute speech on Monday night at Oracle...
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March 20, 2012
So, that didn’t go well.
What am I talking about, exactly? Only the most awkward number retirement ever in professional sports. In case you went to bed early Monday night, Warriors owner Joe Lacob was not-so-warmly received, to say the least, during the team’s retirement ceremony of Chris Mullin’s No. 17.
Toward the end of the commencement, Lacob grabbed the microphone to...
COME OUT AND PLAAAAY
Golden State owner Joe Lacob was lustily booed by fans during a halftime ceremony honoring Warriors great Chris Mullin.
NO LOVE LOST
Warriors fans are irate with new owner Joe Lacob over the recent trade of Monta Ellis, and expressed their displeasure with him during Chris Mullin's jersey retirement on Monday night.
IT'S THE COUCH FOR HIM
Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob told reporters that his fiancée is very upset with him because he traded Monta Ellis, adding that she hasn't spoke to him in two days.