Mieuli dies at 89; moved Warriors twice
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Franklin Mieuli, whose deerstalker cap, substantial beard and casual style made him one of the NBA's most colorful figures in his 24 years as owner of the Golden State Warriors, died Sunday. He was 89.
Mieuli died of natural causes in a San Francisco Bay Area hospital, the Warriors said in a statement.
Mieuli was the principal owner of the Warriors from the time they moved to the Bay Area in 1962 until he sold them in 1986. He won an NBA title with the team in 1975, ...
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