Golden State Warriors & Peter Guber
The Golden State Warriors are an American professional basketball team based in Oakland, California. Howard Peter Guber (born March 1, 1942 in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American film producer and executive and Chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment./5
Golden State Warriors Peter Guber Joe Lacob San Francisco Los Angeles Jeremy Lin New York Jeb Bush Magic Johnson De La Salle Los Angeles Dodgers Game Stands Tall Larry Ellison Mayor Ed Lee Commissioner David Stern Yahoo Sports Mark Lacter New York City Times Square
Joe Lacob, Peter Guber and the Warriors’ Management: Keep the Golden State Warriors in Oakland! - Sig... via
Golden State Warriors co-owner Peter Guber hosts a private screening of 'When the Game Stands Tall,' the inside story of the history making De La Salle football team.
"On April 22, Peter Guber was interviewed on Fox Financial’s After The Bell show. Peter, you know, is the author of Tell To Win, an entertainment industry expert, movie producer and mogul, and a sports entrepreneur – his group owns the L.A. Dodgers (MLB) and the Golden State Warriors (NBA). He is speaking at the GKIC Info-Summit* this year, and I believe he is an Absolute Must-See & Hear Speaker. He knows what he’s doing, by the way. The Dodgers were a mess when he got them, and L.A, has never really been a baseball town in the way New York or Beantown or the Midwest cities are. But this past year, the Dodgers sold out all 81 home games – in a year when most ballparks had as many empty seats as full ones. Of course, I live in Cleveland, where, sadly, we have no professional sports teams. The Indians couldn’t even sell out their home opener this year or the games during their brief flirtation with play-offs last season. Anyway, here, I want to talk about something that Peter Guber is doing, diffe ...
It is no surprise to me how well the Golden State Warriors are doing one year after Peter Guber has bought them. He is a winner - success leaves clues.
The Golden State owners, Peter Guber and Joe Lacob, are giving away their floor seats for a game
San Francisco (AP) - The Golden State Warriors on Sunday announced the architecture team chosen to design a new sports and entertainment complex in San Francisco for the team. The team is now in the final stage of negotiating an agreement with the multi-national collaborative Snohetta and the Fortune 500 firm AECOM, officials said. Snohetta has worked on projects including the SFMOMA expansion, the redesign of Times Square in New York City, the new National Opera in Oslo and the new Museum at the World Trade Center site. AECOM has experience designing sports facilities, team officials said. "We want to build a venue that is not only innovative by today or tomorrow's standards, but that will stand the test of time and befits the importance of the location," said Peter Guber, co-executive chairman of the Warriors. "Great cities have great buildings in great locations," Guber added. "San Francisco is a great city." The Warriors, who have a lease at Oracle Arena in Oakland through 2017, announced in May that ...
Golden State Warriors owner is named Peter Guber. Are you kidding me?
Golden State Warriors owner's name is Peter Guber (yes, it's pronounced "Goober").
The owner of the Golden State Warriors is Peter Guber. Heheh Guber.
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...
Bay Area Sports Guy: Gavin Newsom and Peter Guber should hang out: I heard about the Golden State Warriors (hey,...
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.
Golden State Warriors returning to SF: Mark Lacter: Peter Guber and Joe Lacob are announcing plans to build an a...
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.
Golden State Warriors co-owner Peter Guber met with Mayor Ed Lee over lunch in Los Angeles on Thursday to talk about the possibility of the NBA franchise moving back to San Francisco.
Peter Guber and Joe Lacob beat out Larry Ellison to nab the always wounded Golden State Warriors for a record $450 million
New owners: Peter Guber co-owner of the Golden State Warriors joins the Los Angeles Dodgers - LAT -
Next up: Peter Guber, movie producer and owner of the Golden State Warriors, Dayton Dragon, and now Los Angeles...
Did you know? Dodgers minority owner Peter Guber also owns the Golden State Warriors. His first signing: Jeremy Lin.
Congrats to fellow Syracuse alum, Peter Guber on becoming a part owner of the LA Dodgers! He also owns the Golden State Warriors.
New Dodgers co-owner Peter Guber produced Tango & Cash, so the Golden State Warriors team isn't the biggest disaster on his resume.
Black Friday President Trump Roy Moore White House Middle East Premier League Harvey Weinstein Ron Howard Emmerson Mnangagwa New Zealand Ivanka Trump Taylor Swift Cyber Monday Small Business Saturday Malia Obama Robert Mueller Donald Trump Al Franken Manchester City Navajo Nation Mohamed Salah Oxford Street South Africa Russian President Vladimir Putin Meghan Markle Las Vegas New Jersey Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Los Angeles Chelsea Clinton Uma Thurman David Cassidy Holiday Gift Guide Theresa May Charlie Rose Da Vinci Cards Against Humanity Ronald Reagan Thanksgiving Dinner Chip Kelly President Barack Obama Richard Cordray Katie Cassidy Papua New Guinea Going Out Michael Flynn Mutual Fund Prince William Antonio Conte National Parks Rhode Island San Francisco Star Wars Battlefront 2 Star Wars Native Americans Jon Hendricks Real Estate Sarah Sanders Wall Street South Shore West Brom World Cup Jose Mourinho Mariah Carey Man Utd Leo Varadkar World Series European Capital Prince Harry Lionel Messi Mitch Trubisky Pablo Picasso Oxford Circus Border Patrol Islamic State Tom Baker Six Nations Manchester United Lewis Hamilton Long Island Social Democrats Steve Smith Congressional Republicans Joe Root Justice Department Carson Wentz Daily News Ratko Mladic Cook County Princess Margaret Morning Joe South Asia Kevin Spacey West Bromwich Albion Willow Smith Jeff Bezos Chrissy Teigen Thanksgiving Day Gregor Townsend Saudi Arabia