Golden State Warriors & Joe Lacob
The Golden State Warriors are an American professional basketball team based in Oakland, California. Joseph Joe Lacob is a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and the majority owner of the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). /5
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Honestly, once I found out Joe Lacob named his dogs after Ayn Rand characters, the Golden State Warriors were kind of ruined for me.
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So now people think Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob is racist because he fired African-American head coach Mark Jackson and hired Caucasian Steve Kerr to become the new head coach. Wowie not everyone owner is a Donald Sterling.
Warriors owner Joe Lacob faces some heat for the Mark Jackson firing: (
The job security of Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson has been a hot topic in recent weeks. Team owner Joe Lacob, however, seems to have put those rumors to bed for the short term...
Golden State Warriors majority owner Joe Lacob sat down with KRON 4′s Sports Night Live host Jason Applebaum to talk about the move to San Francisco and why the team ditched their plans to build on Piers 30/32.
Golden State Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob discloses reasons behind new plans for San Francisco arena and how it could help the A's and Raiders in Oakland.
Despite another delay in their plans for new arena in San Francisco, Golden State Warriors brass, including Joe Lacob and Rick Welts, remain '100 percent focused' on making it reality.
Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob is a fixture at home games, cheering on the team from his courtside seat.
Raptors (6-11) 103, Warriors (11-8) 112 Thompson made four 3-pointers during the dramatic fourth, Stephen Curry added a pair of shots from beyond the arc down the stretch and the Golden State Warriors rallied from 27 points down in the second half to beat the Toronto Raptors 112-103 Tuesday night. Oracle Arena erupted at the final buzzer after being a den of silence for much of the game. Team owner Joe Lacob and general manager Bob Myers ducked into a private room and let out a loud shout while the Warriors celebrated the NBA's biggest comeback this season while jogging off the court. Thompson finished with 22 points and seven assists, nearly matching Curry's 27 and 10. David Lee added 18 points and eight rebounds for the Warriors.
The NBA’s All-Defensive teams were announced on Monday, and no Golden State Warrior received a vote. Pretty standard, especially for a Warriors team that ranked only 14th in defensive efficiency during the regular season, a squad whose best defender (Andrew Bogut) has first team potential, but struggled throughout the regular season with ankle woes. In his never-ending quest to motivate his young club, Mark Jackson offered up the sort of “us against the world”-technique that has worked so well for him this season. Here’s his response, as quoted by Rusty Simmons at SF Gate: “Get in line,” Warriors head coach Mark Jackson said before his team flew from the Bay Area to San Antonio for Game 5 of the Western Conference semifinals. “Our executive finished in seventh place. Steph Curry was home during All-Star week. Joe Lacob is probably the No. 7 owner in the league. Harrison Barnes didn’t get any Rookie of the Year votes. He shouldn’t have been the Rookie of the Year, but he should be Firs ...
Andrew Bogut felt light and happy as he hugged Golden State Warrior’s owner, Joe Lacob. He just unloaded his emotional load and finally got to be appreciated.
Ray Ratto says Joe Lacob will find a way to bring Jeremy Lin back to the
Golden State Warriors are on the rise! Joe lacob knows what he's doing.
Warriors GM Bob Myers & owner Joe Lacob flew to NY for private workouts of Andre Drummond, Harrison Barnes.
What's next for Warriors' arena?: On May 19 Golden State Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob stated: “It is going to hap...
Joe Lacob, the onwer of the warriors, told the world this week that in 2017 warriors move to San Francisco.Joes Lacob,has been promising a lot of things to warrior fans since he took over.Like the...
Warrior owner Joe Lacob getting booed by fans
"You don't achieve success by standing still." - Joe Lacob, Golden State Warriors owner, on his decision to move the team to San Francisco.
From left, Golden State Warriors owner and CEO Joe Lacob, NBA Commissioner David Stern, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and Warriors owner Peter Guber hold up 2017 jerseys following an announcement Tuesday, May 22, 2012, in San Francisco, that the NBA basketball team wants to build a new arena on the wat...
"Golden State Warriors. That’s our name ... until further notice," Joe Lacob said before leaving himself an "out."
San Francisco (AP) -- Sitting along 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.
NBA Commissioner and Major of San Francisco Ed Lee have confirmed have Warriors will move from the Bay Area to San Francisco. Joe Lacob and the Warriors cannot move until 2017 when they can stop paying the lease at Oracle Arena. "We can turn this dream into a goal by giving it urgency," said Guber.
Golden State Warriors returning to SF: Mark Lacter: Peter Guber and Joe Lacob are announcing plans to build an a...
We movin back to "the City", Dubs fans!!! Scratching my head why Ahmad Rashad was at the press conference though? Is his "main man" Joe Lacob?
The Golden State Warriors are the most pathetic sports franchise in the history of sports. After years of fan loyalty, even though the team has produced horrible management and play, the team will announce today they are moving to SF. Here is a big middle finger to Joe Lacob and that lollipop Peter Guber. I prayed for a new owner, but now I understand that saying "be careful what you wish for." The Warriors are the new Clippers. SF you can have this trash.
Warriors owner Joe Lacob was named to the NBA's new competition committee, the league announced Wednesday. Joining ...
OAKLAND -- San Francisco has stepped up its campaign to lure the Golden State Warriors, potentially complicating Oakland's effort to turn the Coliseum area into a sports and entertainment megaplex with new facilities for its three professional teams. In a Friday meeting with team owner Joe Lacob, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee presented a letter signed by city supervisors, business leaders and state representatives, pitching the San Francisco waterfront as a "spectacular opportunity for a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment facility." The Warriors, who moved from San Francisco to Oakland in 1971, had previously considered a proposed arena site near AT&T Park, but now are reported to be interested in financing an arena on piers adjacent to the Bay Bridge. A return to San Francisco would place the team closer to major Bay Area corporations that could afford high-priced luxury suites. Say hello to the: Los Angeles Raiders San Jose Atheletics San Francisco Warriors
Photo - Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob, center, watches from court side
Peter Guber and Joe Lacob beat out Larry Ellison to nab the always wounded Golden State Warriors for a record $450 million
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