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  1. Golden State has an impressive front office, if they work together

    Oct 3, 2011, 5:55 PM EDT

    Jerry-West

    To me, the Golden State Warriors are starting to look a lot like the Corleone family. You remember, from “The Godfather.” Bear with me and we’ll get to it. Golden State was about as poorly run a basketball operation as there has been in the NBA for two decades. The franchise has made the playoffs…

  2. Why Mark Jackson as coach might work: Players love it

    Jun 7, 2011, 4:50 PM EDT

    Joe Lacob, Peter Guber

    From pundits to Warriors fans to other front offices around the league, there has been a lot of “Mark Jackson? Are you kidding me?” reactions to the hiring of the Warriors new coach. And during Game 4 of the NBA finals tonight, when Jackson says something foolish — like in Game 3 when he suggested…

  3. Jerry West takes on consultant position with Warriors

    May 20, 2011, 12:37 PM EDT

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    UPDATE 12:37 pm: It’s official according to CSN Bay Area, the Warriors have confirmed that Jerry West has joined the organization, with the title of “executive board member.” Consultant is still the best term to understand the role. West can be a strong and persuasive voice, but he also is deft at the politics of…

  4. Warriors set front office up for future, which leaves coach in limbo

    Apr 16, 2011, 11:10 AM EDT

    Keith Smart, Larry Riley

    Last summer, before he even took control of the team, new Warriors owner Joe Lacob started to make changes — Don Nelson was out, Keith Smart was in for a year (it was a one-year contract) and they went out and got David Lee. The Warriors got 10 games better. But now Lacob is starting…

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