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WARRIORS MAY NOT ACCOMPANY GIANTS TO NEW COMPLEX
Published April 7, 1995
In a move that has "dimmed" San Francisco Mayor Frank Jordan's hopes that the Warriors will join the Giants at a Mission Bay entertainment complex, Warriors attorney Robin Bagget has told Jordan that a Rincon Hill location "is the only acceptable site in the city for a new arena." If the Warriors decide to move, however, team spokesperson David Looman says any decision on Rincon Hill "was on hold for now." Jordan backs the Giants' plan to organize an entertainment district in Mission Bay including a baseball stadium, music and TV studios, virtual reality exhibits, specialty theaters and shops, and possibly an arena. Giants Exec VP Larry Baer: "They can come along if they want, but there's no linkage in order for us to go forward with the ballpark" (Gerald Adams, SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER, 4/7).