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New club in Los Angeles to make MLS debut in 2017

LOS ANGELES -- The end of Chivas USA will lead to the rise of Los Angeles Football Club. MLS has sold the rights to a second Los Angeles franchise to a group of 21 investors led by executive chairman Henry Nguyen, managing partner Peter Guber and president Tom Penn. Nguyen, Guber and Penn have assembled a broad coalition to back the club including Magic Johnson, Nomar Garciaparra...
Via Fox Sports
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Major League Soccer awards new team to LA, will join MLS in 2017

LOS ANGELES -- The end of Chivas USA will lead to the rise of Los Angeles Football Club. MLS has sold the rights to a second Los Angeles franchise to a group of 21 investors led by executive chairman Henry Nguyen, managing partner Peter Guber and president Tom Penn. Nguyen, Guber and Penn have assembled a broad coalition to back the club including Magic Johnson, Nomar Garciaparra...
Via Fox Sports West
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Warriors co-owner regrets writing 'hoodish'

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Golden State Warriors co-owner Peter Guber wrote to team employees to say that he regrets if anybody was offended by his unintentional use of ''hoodish'' in an email. Yahoo Sports reported late Monday night that Guber listed ''hoodish'' as one of the languages he planned to learn as he replied to a team email praising the franchise...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Warriors Owner Blames Autocorrect For Saying He’ll Learn “Hoodish” Language

The NBA sent out a memo about all the international players in the league, which led to this email by Warriors Co-Owner Peter Guber. Guber responded to the email by writing, “I’m taking rosetta stone to learn Hungarian Serbian Australian swahili and hoodish This year. But it’s nice.” This offended some in the Warriors organization, but Guber has an explanation. Guber’s...
Via BlackSportsOnline
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Warriors' Co-Owner Apologizes For Using 'Hoodish' Instead Of 'Yiddish' In Email

Peter Guber expressed regret to team employees late Monday for listing "hoodish" as a language he planned to learn in reply to an email commending the franchise for having five international players on this season's roster. Guber said he meant to type "Yiddish," and did not realize his mistake until it was pointed out to him by a Warriors official. Guber&...
Via RealGM
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Warriors co-owner regrets using "hoodish" in team email

Golden State Warriors co-owner Peter Guber said he didn't intend to list "hoodish" as language he planned to learn in response to an email that detailed the team having five international players on its roster, Yahoo Sports reports. Warriors director of media relations Raymond Ridder forwarded an NBA email to team employees that announced a record 101 international...
Via Fox Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

MLS set to replace Chivas USA with new Los Angeles franchise

A good news! Major League Soccer (MLS) is poised to announce the formation of a new Los Angeles franchise that will replace the beleaguered Chivas USA team and whose investors will include Los Angeles Dodgers co-owner Peter Guber and Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan, according to the Sports Illustrated website. MLS in February took control of Chivas USA from Jorge Vergara and Angelica...
Via 90Soccer
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Adidas and The Golden State Warriors Show Off New Jerseys, WITH SLEEVES

In one of the odder stories which actually looks to be turning into a reality the Golden State Warriors will possibly debut a new jersey which has sleeves in the upcoming weeks. According to Mercury News, Warriors’ co-owner Peter Guber was blown away during Adidas’ pitch meeting regarding the new jerseys. The Warriors will debut the new unis for their Feb. 22 home game against...
Via Next Impulse Sports
February 12, 2013  |  Discuss
ACROSS THE BAY

Golden St. Warriors leaving Oakland

In a joint announcement, the Warriors, NBA commissioner David Stern and the city's mayor made it official: the team will be relocating to San Francisco.

Via NESN.com
May 22, 2012  |  Discuss
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