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Oracle Corp. CEO Larry Ellison is among "more than a dozen" suitors who
have submitted non-binding bids for the Warriors, a source close to the
negotiations said Tuesday.
"He is a part of it," the source said.
According to another source, so are the San Francisco Giants, 24 Hour
Fitness owner Mark Mastrov, an NFL owner, a former Lakers star and a
group of prominent Chinese businesspeople, among others. Galatioto
Sports Partners and Warriors owner Chris Cohan will choose the best
prospects in the next week.
John Shea, Chronicle Staff Writer
The Warriors held a rare nighttime practice Monday, and Monta Ellis was
dressed for the occasion. Instead of high-tops, he had on a cozy pair
of slippers and had a whistle around his neck, though he didn’t appear
to do any coaching.
Warrior fans have been so disgusted for so long over Corey Maggette’s
contract and performance, they’ve probably been reluctant to
acknowledge this season’s reality: He’s playing his butt off, and might
finally be valuable in trade.
Two NBA sources said today that it’s no coincidence that talk of a
possible Warriors interest in trading Randolph came up as Duffy
apparently made it known that the Randolph Camp is seriously thinking
about his extension possibilities when he becomes eligible after next
The trade rumors have been swirling with Warriors G Monta Ellis(notes), who recently had a public argument with coach Don Nelson. But Ellis told the San Francisco Chronicle he’s committed to the Warriors.
Warriors coach Don Nelson wholly dismissed a CBS report claiming he would step down imminently and the team is shopping its best player, Monta Ellis.
Having tired of the near-daily disruption Stephen Jackson’s unresolved status has had on their young roster, the Golden State Warriors are more committed than ever to trading the veteran swingman and NBA sources said the team is optimistic a deal can be completed within the next few weeks.
Marcus Thompson II
Warriors swingman Stephen Jackson promises there won’t be any drama between him and Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant when the two match up tonight in Ontario.
Rusty Simmons, Chronicle Staff Writer
Warriors coach Don Nelson said Wednesday that he wouldn’t be offering daily updates on Stephen Jackson’s mood, but that didn’t stop the disgruntled swingman from spouting off once again.
A day after abandoning his captaincy, speaking of a strained relationship with Nelson and reiterating that he wants out of Golden State, Jackson went a step further. He called out his teammates for the first time this season.