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No Business Like Show Business: Warriors' Groundbreaking Keeps People Talking

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 19 / 17

The Warriors' Chase Center groundbreaking was a hot topic on the afternoon TV talk shows yesterday, with ESPN's Bomani Jones calling the ceremony, which included circus-style performers and dancing excavators, "one of the richest things that I think you'll ever see." Jones said, "They're not even op...

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