Tuesday November 16, 2010 Vol. 17 — No. 47 Print This Issue

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  • Lacob, Guber Introduce Themselves To Warriors Fans, Media

    Lacob (l) And Gruber Receve Standing Ovation During Introduction At Last Night's Game

    New Warriors co-Owners Joe Lacob and Peter Guber yesterday at a luncheon in S.F. "presented a candid message filled with passion for the game and acumen for business that gave the sense of better days ahead," according to Rusty Simmons of the S.F. CHRONICLE. Lacob: "The Celtics and the Lakers have fantastic histories, but there is no reason in the world that we can't be as successful as those teams." Guber referred to former Warriors Owner Chris Cohan, saying, "We're not the cure for cancer, but we might be the cure for Cohan." Lacob and Guber were "introduced to the fans between the first and second quarters" of last night's Pistons-Warriors game at Oracle Arena. After "waiting for a long, standing ovation to subside, Lacob pointed to ...

  • Ticket To Ride

    Yankees, influenced by accelerated StubHub rates, raise prices for 47% of non-premium seats.

  • The Long & Winding Road

    Glazers pay off ManU loan worth about $352M, but some wonder where money came from.

  • Hello, Goodbye

    Chicago Mayor, Illinois Gov. shoot down Cubs' plans for Wrigley upgrade.

  • The Color Purple

    Cubs paint Wrigley Field purple ahead of Northwestern college football game.

  • Do You Want To Know A Secret?

    Fehr could be introduced as NHLPA Exec Dir as early as Friday after all votes are counted.

  • A Hard Day's Night

    ESPN earns 10.5 overnight for Eagles' rout on "MNF," up 46% over Ravens-Browns last year.

  • Tomorrow Never Knows

    LOCOG announces $216M funding for '12 Olympics legacy plan -- Places People Play.

  • Penny Lane

    Omaha's MiLB team ditches Royals nickname for Storm Chasers in hopes of spiking sales.

  • Come Together

    FSA Sports Media & Technology conference kicks off.

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