#golden state warriors

The bad news is that we’ll no longer have a view of the Bay Bridge from the proposed arena. The good news, from John Coté:

The Warriors will own the site outright, rather than leasing it from the Port of San Francisco, and the team says the arena will be entirely privately financed - a rare instance of a modern sports venue that would use no taxpayer funds or public land.

In other words, this is definitely going to happen now. The Warriors are coming to San Francisco.

There seems to be quite a bit of backlash about the potential new Golden State Warriors arena in San Francisco. But I think it looks and sounds fantastic:

The changes, which have been in the works for months, include lopping 15 feet off the edge of the roofline, increasing the amount of public open space and lowering the public plazas to create a gradual slope of greenery that the NBA team likens to a smaller version of Dolores Park on the water.

Seems like this city would wholly embrace an NBA team.

There seems to be quite a bit of backlash about the potential new Golden State Warriors arena in San Francisco. But I think it looks and sounds fantastic:

The changes, which have been in the works for months, include lopping 15 feet off the edge of the roofline, increasing the amount of public open space and lowering the public plazas to create a gradual slope of greenery that the NBA team likens to a smaller version of Dolores Park on the water.

Seems like this city would wholly embrace an NBA team.