Golden State Warriors & San Francisco
The Golden State Warriors are an American professional basketball team based in Oakland, California. San Francisco , officially the City and County of San Francisco, is the financial, cultural, and transportation center of the San Francisco Bay Area, a region of 7.5 million people which includes San Jose and Oakland. /5
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San Francisco Giants, you suck today. On to the Golden State Warriors game. If they win by 7, I'll break even
Earl Smith, chaplain for Golden State Warriors and San Francisco 49ers, talks manhood at IMan Summit in Marin City
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Nicole Tristan and Scarlett in San Francisco at a Golden State Warriors game.
Highlight of my vacation in San Francisco - going to a NBA game tonight, Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz at...
If ever there was going to be a team and a city to break that precedent, it would be the Golden State Warriors and San Francisco
2M people expected to attend proposed Golden State Warriors arena each year. UC San Francisco (UCSF) fears for...
Golden State Warriors expect to break ground on new San Francisco arena in ... - Santa Cruz Sentinel
Golden State Warriors are 17-2, best record in the NBA! 12th straight wins! San Jose Sharks are going to playoffs. This is our year! San Francisco Giants are a Dyansty with 3 World Series rings in the past 5 years. San Francisco 49ers: The team is still in it for that playoff birth! Raiders are the worst team in the NFL and A's can't pass the first round, Raiders should move to L.A or elsewhere! - Why does Oakland even have teams? Nobody has it better then the Bay Area!
Golden State Warriors will almost certainly be renamed San Francisco Warriors (new logos also use black).
Resurrecting my post from a year ago: I offer the following list of professional sports team names that should also be changed, just to keep things fair. If I entered into the college realm this would turn into a book. * Detroit Pistons: How can anyone name their team after a key component of evil carbon-burning machines? * Golden State Warriors: Promoting violence, mocking native Americans. * Houston Rockets: NASA is dead, and rockets kill people. * Miami Heat: Don’t promote global warming!!! Al Roker might blame them for Superstorm Sandy. * Philadelphia 76ers: Why promote terrorist revolutionaries? * Sacramento Kings: Promotes the 1%. The fix? Change the name to Obamas. * Kansas City Chiefs: Obviously hateful, chief. * Cleveland Browns: That’s just racist. You might as well call them the Cleveland You People. * Oakland Raiders: More violence. * Minnesota Vikings: They pillaged and burned. Bad role model. * Tampa Bay Buccaneers: More stealing and violence. * San Francisco 49ers: Promoting gold-diggin ...
Golden State Warriors new head coach Steve Kerr is in the building. Catch Yahoo! SportsTalk Live's sit down interview with him following the San Francisco Giants game
I am really upset with my Golden State Warriors right now. How can you fire a coach who has brought the team back from the wilderness of two decades and now he is gone? I guess he wasn't cosmopolitan enough for their move to San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — KRON 4′s Darya Folsom’s heart was with the Golden State Warriors during Saturday night’s Game Seven loss to the L.A. Clippers but the rest of her body was in Santa Rosa at a safari far from any TV set. That doesn’t take away from the lively discussion between Darya and Gary Ra…
Being a Golden State Warriors fan is always so painful. So is being a San Francisco 49ers fan. My sports life is just painful.
Happy Wednesday, Bay Area! Start it right with the Morning Minute and gear up for day baseball on CSN! San Francisco Giants vs. Rockies with coverage at 11:30am on CSN Bay Area; Rangers vs. Oakland Athletics with coverage at 12pm on CSN California. San Jose Sharks & Golden State Warriors playoffs resume tomorrow. Have a great day!
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.
People in San Francisco are already weighing in on the decision by the Golden State Warriors to build an arena in Mission Bay instead of the Embarcadero. Read the results of our latest KPIX 5/ SurveyUSA poll:
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.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- The trash talking between the Los Angeles Clippers and Golden State Warriors has started -- even before their first-round playoff series became official late Wednesday night. Earlier in the day, Warriors guard Klay Thompson called Clippers forward Blake Griffin out for flopping and playing "kind of out of control sometimes." "He is a good guy off the court but he probably just ... I mean ... plays pretty physical and flops a little bit," Thompson told The Wheelhouse on 95.7 The Game radio in San Francisco. "He flairs his arm around so you know you might catch a random elbow or something that doesn't you know rub off too well on guys," Thompson said. "He's kind of like a bull in a china shop, kind of out of control sometimes. And then you do just see him flop sometimes like how can a guy that big and strong flop that much. "I can see how that gets under people's skin and be frustrating to play against." The bad blood between the Clippers and Warriors has been brewing over the past two sea ...
Happy Thursday, Bay Area! Oakland Athletics vs. Twins at 10:10am; Diamondbacks vs. San Francisco Giants with coverage on CSN Bay Area at 6:30pm; Nuggets vs. Golden State Warriors with coverage on CSN Bay Area PLUS at 7pm. Have a great day!
God's intention is that we be victors not victims! Had such an amazing day with my family at church! our guest speaker was Earl Smith chaplan to the San Francisco 49ers and Golden State Warriors. his message: speak life into people give them hope, Hope= expectations beyond all odds ! & finally that our best days are ahead of us!
Poll taken in for KPIX-TV (San Francisco): Q: Do you support or oppose the Golden State Warriors build...
Given that the Golden State Warriors have put their pursuit of a new arena on the San Francisco waterfront on...
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.
Thursday Morning Sports: * Today is World Turtle Day * Today is National Taffy Day * Today is National Lucky Penny Day * Today is Declaration of the Bab Day This Day in History: 1618 - The Thirty Years War began when three opponents of the Reformation were thrown through a window. 1785 - Benjamin Franklin wrote in a letter that he had invented bifocals. 1827 - The first nursery school in the U.S. was established in New York City. 1876 - Boston’s Joe Borden pitched the very first no-hitter in the history of the National League. 1879 - The first U.S. veterinary school was established by Iowa State University. 1962 - The National Basketball Association (NBA) agreed to transfer the Philadelphia Warriors to San Francisco, CA. The team became the San Francisco Warriors (and later the Golden State Warriors). Birthdays Today: 1883- Douglas Fairbanks, actor 1910- Artie Shaw, musician, bandleader 1920- Helen O'Connell, singer 1928- Rosemary Clooney, singer 1933- Joan Collins, actress 1936- Charles Kimbrough, acto ...
The red-hot Golden State Warriors, who are tied with San Antonio in their playoff series, are also facing some tough opposition off the court this week. At issue is the team's plan to build a new $1 billion arena on San Francisco's Embarcadero. The arena has the blessing of Mayor Ed Lee and other ci...
Friday Feb 22nd, Mavericks presents two fantastic bands: First up we have a local favorite, Third Party. 3rd Party is a three piece band that composes original music and enjoys playing live. Bringing together members from different backgrounds, they have developed a sound that can only be described loosely as country rock. You can check them out is Sugar Rush! Get ready to party with the latest and greatest party band in the San Francisco Bay Area. Sugar Rush is made up of members from various party bands in the area, who all have extensive experience with entertaining the masses. The Sugar Rush members have played for hundreds of venues and corporations, including Google, Yahoo, San Francisco Yacht Club, San Francisco Giants, Golden State Warriors, Cache Creek Casino, Bimbo's, Harry Denton's Starlight Room, and many more.. Their website is music starts at 9:00 pm!. 21+ $10 cover Then, on Sunday, Feb 24th come on back for Soul Patrol - Soul Patrol is a soul/blues/rock band located in San Francisco's ...
San Francisco Giants: World Series Champs 2012 Oakland Athletics: AL West Division Champs 2012 San Francisco 49ers: Headed to Super Bowl XLVII Golden State Warriors: 2nd place in the Pacific, 5 place in the West It's a good time for Northern California Sports.
After Giants Win Title, Niners Getting Their Shot by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS January 21, 2013 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — When Jim Harbaugh and Alex Smith drove in the Giants' victory parade last fall, players on San Francisco's championship baseball team hoped they might be able to return the favor if the 49ers could win it all a few months later. Now, the Giants might just get that very chance with the NFC champion Niners headed to New Orleans to face the Baltimore Ravens in the Super Bowl on Feb. 3. Titletown USA very well could be moving out West — and soon. "For sure!" Giants general manager Brian Sabean said Sunday night. San Francisco is trying to become the first market to win a World Series and Super Bowl in the same season since the Boston Red Sox accomplished it in 2004 and the New England Patriots followed suit in February 2005. What's more, even the NBA's Golden State Warriors are giving Bay Area fans an awful lot to cheer and hopes of a playoff season. The 49ers beat Atlanta and made it this far w ...
LeBron James made history twice during his Miami Heat's 92-75 blowout win over the Golden State Warriors, Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time) at the Oracle Arena in San Francisco, California.
Working the Paul Mccartney tonight in Vancouver, then I have a 6am flight heading to San Francisco working at Golden State Warriors for a few days. Then Home on Thursday or Friday.
In this week’s edition of the WarriorsWorld Podcast, we start off by discussing two of the Warriors who were brought in via free agency in Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry. We also touch a little bit on a report that the new San Francisco stadiumwon’t cost the $500-$600 million that was initially set bu...
Golden State Warriors back in San Francisco, Jacksonville Jaguars probably in LA and the Buffalo Bills I think In Toronto by 2017-2018
I don't understand the Bay Area fans. Don't you know you live in the Bay Area so why don't you just be fans of the Bay Area teams? I'm an Golden State Warriors, Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Athletics, and San Francisco Giants fan. I don't do hockey and arena football so sorry San Jose Sharks and San Jose Sabercats. GO WARRIORS, RAIDERS, 49ERS, A'S, AND GIANTS!
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 ...
Official Birthday Party for Golden State Warriors star Brandon Rush is going down on July 7th at Lot 46 in San Francisco!! all my cancer bdays!!, hit me for VIP packages!!
I'm in California. Do you guys know why it is named Golden State? First of all, plenty of Sunshine all year long. Second, this is where the Golden Warriors beat the crap out of the villains in the Infamous fight of 1906 in San Francisco. Hence the name Golden State Warriors.
"You don't achieve success by standing still." - Joe Lacob, Golden State Warriors owner, on his decision to move the team to San Francisco.
I love that the Golden State Warriors have made an aggressive effort in making a return to San Francisco. In addition, the 49ers are also on their way to having a new home for themselves. Northern California will soon have the best locations for sporting venues throughout the US!
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...
Good Morning sports fans! The Red Sox fell in Baltimore 4-1 last night, with Doubront taking the loss and Jim Johnson of the O's picking up The save for the Orioles. Meanwhile, the Heat routed the Pacers last night thanks, in huge part again, to LeBron and D-Wade's efforts. They'll have a chance to close out the series tomorrow night in Indiana. The Celtics have a chance to close out their series tonight when they visit Philly for Game 6 (7PM on either ESPN or TNT). And finally, the Golden State Warriors will call San Francisco their home starting in 2017 after their lease in Oakland expires. Now, sports fans, my question to you is: Should Manny return to the Sox? Please comment on this post to voice your opinion. Have a good day all!
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.
The site of the future Warriors Arena on Pier 30. No word yet on what will happen to Reds and their lovely patio. Photo: Brandon Doran At 10 a.m. Tuesday, Mayor Ed Lee and the Golden State Warriors front office are scheduled to make good on
After five months of negotiating with the City of San Francisco, and an aggressive campaign by Mayor Ed Lee to lure the team across the Bay, the Golden State Warriors announced plans this morning to build a new $500 million arena on and move to San Francisco.
After the City of San Francisco and the Golden State Warriors had some talks of the team returning to their initial Bay Area home, it seems as if the Warriors will do just that. CBS Sports and Yahoo! Sports have reported that the Warriors plan to announce their move from Oakland to San Francisco, bu...
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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
This would be awesome: San Francisco trying to woo Warriors - City leaders in San Francisco are courting the Golden State Warriors, trying to woo the NBA team back to the City by the Bay within five years. Mayor Ed Lee sent a letter on Friday saying the city would work with Warriors executives to bring the team to San Francisco in time for the 2017-18 season.
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.
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