After the Warriors' ownership stopped trusting Jackson, he lost his belief in them
During the first round of the playoffs Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob ran the sidelines in a yellow T-shirt with the words "LOUD. PROUD. WARRIORS" on the front.
On Tuesday he turned the volume up on the personal pride he takes in owning the team and fired Mark Jackson, the man who was able to do something for his franchise that hadn't been done in more than 20 years. Something that made the then-asinine $450 million he spent to purchase the Warriors in 2010 make sense. Jackson ...
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