After the previous ownership group severed ties with Chris Mullin, the Warrior legend wanted nothing to do with the organization. New owners and a big honor signal change is on the horizon.
Conventional wisdom remains that the NBA is going to miss part or all of the 2011-12 season because of the lockout. That's a very dangerous game for basketball's owners and players. And let's make one thing clear: The NBA is not the NFL.
In order to cancel a season -- or at least part of one -- you must first try to make it apparent you're having a season. That's what the NBA did on Tuesday, announcing the regular-season schedule for all 30 teams for the 2011-12 season.
Former Warriors head coach Keith Smart has emerged as an assistant coaching candidate for the NBA champion Dallas Mavericks, according to league sources.