Warriors At Luxury Tax Line For First Time

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  1. truebluefan

    truebluefan Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    The Warriors have just barely entered luxury tax territory, though they are widely expected to be under the threshold at the end of the season when it is calculated.

    The 12-13 salary of Charles Jenkins became fully guaranteed on Tuesday.

    Golden State has never paid the luxury tax.

    “Yes, we are into the tax and as I have said all along (though few actually listen), we are prepared to spend money to WIN," wrote Joe Lacob in an email.

    “We think we are going to be pretty good," wrote Lacob. "How good? Time will tell. But our fans deserve success! One way or another, we are going to turn this ship around and become what we can become….winners. Consistent winners. Our ultimate goal is to win the NBA championship."



    Read more: http://blogs.mercurynews.com/kawaka...line-not-by-much-but-its-a-big-change-anyway/
     
  2. Custodianrules2

    Custodianrules2 Cohan + Rowell = Suck

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    Ownership has been way better than Chris Cohan so far because at least the ownership gives a damn about winning besides just making money.
     

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