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Warriors Attorneys Say Team Has No Obligation To Pay $40M Debt On Oracle Arena

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 19 / 17

Attorneys for the Warriors are arguing that the team has "no obligation to pay any remaining debt" on Oracle Arena once it leaves for the new Chase Center in S.F. in '19, according to a front-page piece by David DeBolt of the EAST BAY TIMES. The arena’s operator, the Oakland-Alameda County Col...

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