The wheels are not really in motion for an ownership change in Oakland, but Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob did indicate prior to the team’s game against the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night that he would have interest in purchasing the Oakland Athletics.
Joe Lacob (Warriors owners) just said they'd have interest in buying the A's.
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The Golden State Warriors have the best record in the National Basketball Association at 42-9. For the better part of two decades, Golden State has been a franchise where dreams went to die and winning had no place. The turmoil was so bad that when Chris Mullin had his number retired in March 2012, owner Joe Lacob was loudly booed.
Fast forward three years, and both team and market...
Joe Lacob said he is prepared to pay the luxury tax if needed for the Golden State Warriors' moves into next season.
"Committed or not committed, I don’t think we have any other choice," Lacob said. "Numbers would dictate–anyone can look at them–that we’re very likely in the luxury tax and very likely very substantially, next year. And you know what? We’re OK with that...
February 02, 2015
If you’ve been waiting patiently for former Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson’s response to criticism from Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob, we’ve found it. It wasn’t easy, either. In case you missed it, Lacob was recorded at a venture capitalists luncheon last week criticizing Jackson, who was fired after guiding the Warriors to back-to-back
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Joe Lacob apologized Sunday for comments he made last week at a venture capitalists luncheon in Menlo Park regarding his reasons for the Golden State Warriors firing Mark Jackson.
"I have a tremendous amount of respect for Mark Jackson and what he accomplished as our head coach," Lacob said. "He did a terrific job. I've said that many times over the last several months and in recent...
December 07, 2014
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 on full...
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February 04, 2014