OAKLAND (CBS SF) – It looks like it’s going to take more than 24 hours for New York Knicks fans to get over their rumored savior, coach Steve Kerr, opting to sign on with the […]
Former Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson appeared on the syndicated Dan Patrick Show on Wednesday to discuss his firing, which has been met with overwhelmingly negative response by fans and many pundits.
After firing Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson, owner Joe Lacob told reporters that Jackson will need to do a better job of ‘managing up and sideways’ in his next job. Jackson was let go despite two consecutive winning seasons and playoff appearances.
Rather than pick apart the decision, I’d like to focus on the environment in which it was made. Warriors owner Joe Lacob spent more than 30 years in the venture capital game. He’s a partner emeritus at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, a firm that is among the best-known in the VC world.
Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson has been fired following a meeting with the team’s ownership group.
The Los Angeles Clippers outlasted the Golden State Warriors 126-121 in Game 7 on Saturday night to win what has been a thrilling first-round playoff series.
When the 2013-2014 Warriors take the floor Saturday for their do-or-die matchup with the Los Angeles Clippersit will be the first time in 37 years the Dubs have played in the most dramatic stage the NBA has to offer.
“At some point you have to give credit to defense,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew. “I know that’s a lot tougher in basketball because it’s the same guys playing offense and defense. But if that were football you’d give a lot of credit to defense.”
Golden State Warriors center Jermaine O’Neal has accused Los Angeles Clippers center Glen “Big Baby” Davis of dirty play for barreling into O’Neal during Game 6 of their teams’ playoff series Thursday.
Stephen Curry scored 24 points and dished out nine assists, and the Golden State Warriors forced a decisive Game 7 by outlasting the Los Angeles Clippers 100-99 Thursday night.