Monday, May 14, 2012

San Francisco Courts The Warriors

  • SAN FRANCISCO -- San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is putting on the full court press in his effort to convince the Golden State Warriors to relocate to the city.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • The As are looking to San Jose, the Warriors are taking a look at San Francisco and the Raiders could be looking No matter how he rules, he could find himself a defendant in court, perhaps fighting off a challenge to baseballs antitrust exemption.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • Full-court press: San Francisco is turning up its game to try to lure the Golden State Warriors back to the city. Mayor Ed Lee quietly flew down to Los Angeles on Thursday for lunch with team co-owner Peter Guber.
  • (San Francisco Gate)
  • Smith also noted, "Cunningham could play both ends of the court." If the Tar Heels needed Cunningham regular season record and went on to beat, ironically, the San Francisco Warriors for the NBA title.
  • (Main Line Media News)
  • Once upon a time a little kid could wander down on the court or near the dugout and talk sports executive Andy Dolich has held positions at the San Francisco 49ers, Oakland As, Golden State Warriors, Memphis Grizzlies and Philadelphia 76ers.
  • (csnbayarea.com)
  • The 2012 Nor Cal Spring Showcase was held Friday to Sunday April 27 -29, 2012 at San Francisco City College pulls up well in transition and half court, good driver. One of the pleasant surprises at the event who caught scouts/coach's attention.
  • (iHigh)
  • Our focus remains on building a ballpark in San Jose, As spokesman Bob Rose says. The Warriors are exploring a move to San Francisco, owners of the team have said.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • In an odd scene, many Warriors fans were actually cheering for the Season-ticket holder Kevin Cronin from San Francisco made a half-court shot to win $25,000 between the third and fourth quarters.
  • (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

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