There are many dates that Warriors fans never will forget. The obvious are winning championships, drafting stars like Steph Curry and signing Kevin Durant.
Wednesday marks another date for the history books. Well, at least Step 1 of making history. July 15 is the 10-year anniversary of Joe Lacob and Peter Guber agreeing to buy the Warriors from owner Chris Cohan for $450 million.
Now, that number looks like a steal.
Curry already was with the Warriors when Lacob and Guber stepped in, but so much has changed. The Warriors went from the bottom to the top, and the most hated along the way. They built a dynasty by winning three NBA Finals in five years, and likely should have won more if it weren't for some obstacles thrown their way.
There's a real chance none of that happens without Lacob and Guber, who steered the ship of the Warriors being light years ahead of the NBA. With that being said, here are the five best decisions of the Lacob-Guber era so far.
Draymond Green had some choice words about the Phoenix Suns and star Devin Booker during a recent appearance as an NBA analyst on TNT.
"It's not good for him. It's not good for his career," Green said. "... They gotta get Book out of Phoenix. I need my man to go somewhere where he can play great basketball all the time and win, because he's that type of player."
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After the NBA announced on Sunday that Green would face a $50,000 fine for tampering with his comments, the Suns' Twitter account decided to have some fun with the situation while sharing a highlight video of Booker.
Green never has been one to shy away from speaking his mind, and also already has gone back and forth with longtime media nemesis Charles Barkley during other appearances on TNT's NBA coverage.
Don't be surprised if Draymond is a little more careful with his words going forward during his on-camera appearances.
The 2020 PGA Championship from Harding Park was the first major of the season to be completed without fans, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage across the United States.
But among the select group of people in attendance for Sunday's final round was golf aficionado and Warriors star Steph Curry.
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Curry and the Warriors weren't one of the 22 NBA teams invited to the league's restart of the 2019-20 season in Orlando, as it has been a quiet offseason so far for Golden State.
Steph even joined the post-round press conference, asking the first question of Collin Morikawa, the Cal graduate who won the event by two shots.
"If you need a caddie for the next three months, I'm available."
Curry offered to caddie for Morikawa, who despite spending his college career in Berkeley, proudly exclaimed that he's not a Warriors fan (Morikawa is a Los Angeles native).
The Warriors star recently played in the American Century Championship in Lake Tahoe, finishing fourth among the celebrity-laden field.