Posts Tagged ‘Warriors’

Here They Are: The Brand-New Oakland Warriors Basketball Hoops in the GGP Panhandle – Reopening Soon

Monday, August 29th, 2016

You’d think the Oakland Warriors would be paying for blacktop ball in, IDK, Oakland?

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Wonder if they’ll be able to advertise here, the way they fixed things at the (failed? failing? improving?) Willie Brown Academy…

We’ll find out Sept 10th.

SAVE THE DATE: Our Oakland Warriors Will Do _Something_ on September 10th, 2016, to Promote Their Move to Frisco

Wednesday, August 24th, 2016

One supposes. Somewhere around Golden Gate Park?

Let’s see here, they just did their advertising deal with SFUSD.

And the Panhandle blacktop backboards, well they’re all shut down now, getting refurbished. See?

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And the Oakland Warriors have been on a somewhat offensive charm offensive in Frisco lately, the better to do battle with these people, as the UCSF Mission Bay people wonder about their future.

I suppose we’ll just have to wait ’til September 10th…

Frisco, Oaktown, and Mother Bu – WARRIORS, RAIDERS, 100-Spoke Wheels – 510 in the 415

Monday, July 25th, 2016

A fading Chevy Malibu promotes Oakland’s fading sports giants…

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“Bu; the Bu; Mother Bu nickname Malibu, California”

Useless Make-Work: Four Parking Control Officers Standing About Mission and South Van Ness During the Folsom Street Fair

Friday, October 2nd, 2015

The problem here isn’t that this intersection needed a brace of PCO’s – the problem here is that this is a giant three-way intersection near the Folsom Street Fair.

There are four here, all told, all in the southern part of the intersection. What are they doing?

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How are they helping?

Is this SFGov’s way to fix the problem of the Warriors wanting to put their arena right next to already-existing UCSF Mission Bay – they’re just going to bill the Warriors to have four PCOs standing around a bunch of intersections?

How will that help?

IDK.

Golden State Warriors Arena Boosters Meet Today, September 23rd, at The Ramp, 855 Terry A. Francois Blvd

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

All the deets:

TONIGHT: COALITION GATHERS AT THE RAMP TO SUPPORT THE GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS’ SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTER

NBA Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy To Be Displayed At Tonight’s Event Hosted By Neighbors, Small Business Owners, Community Leaders

SAN FRANCISCO – Tonight Warriors Ground SF, a coalition of neighbors, small business owners, and community leaders, is partnering with the South Beach Mission Bay Business Association to host a special event supporting the 2015 NBA champion Golden State Warriors and their proposed sports and entertainment center.

Attendees will include fans and supporters who live or work near Mission Bay and South Beach. Newly appointed Golden State Warriors Arena Project Chief Operating Officer Stephen Collins will be on hand to conduct a Q&A with attendees, moderated by South Beach Mission Bay Business Association President Patrick Valentino.

***Guests will also have the opportunity to take a picture with the NBA Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy.***

WHAT: Community Event Supporting the Golden State Warriors’ Proposed Sports and Entertainment Center; Photo Op with Trophy

WHO: Stephen Collins, Chief Operating Officer of the Golden State Warriors Arena; Neighbors, Project Supporters

WHEN: TONIGHT, Wednesday, September 23, 2015, 6 p.m.

WHERE: The Ramp, 855 Terry A. Francois Blvd, San Francisco, CA

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About Warriors Ground SF

Warriors Ground SF is a neighborhood organization that brings together enthusiastic supporters of the Golden State Warriors’ mixed-use development project in Mission Bay – including community leaders, fans, business, labor, entertainment industry representatives and residents from across the entire city.

Our coalition is about more than just basketball. Warriors Ground SF has been made possible by months of open, above-board dialogue and community planning. In a larger sense, it is the result of many years of public planning for our neighborhood. Many of our supporters have been participants in this extensive public process, which has shaped the Warriors’ development so that it meets the community’s needs.

About South Beach Mission Bay Business Association

SBMBBA represents restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and professional services businesses in the South Beach Mission Bay neighborhood in San Francisco.

Our mission is to actively engage neighborhood businesses through sustained outreach, monthly meetings, networking and small business related events. SBMBBA promotes and advocates for member businesses, while working with city departments to build a stronger local community.

BRUTAL: New “CAUTION” Sign Depicts Drunk, Moneyed, iPhone-Distracted San Franciscans Fleeing High Rents by Running to Oakland

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

[UPDATE: Oh, it’s a coffee cup, not a red Solo cup – see Comments.]

Ouch, this one hurts.

From Jeremy C. Owens  – left to right, OAKLAND, Drunk San Franciscan, iPhone-Addled San Franciscan, Moneyed San Franciscan, SAN FRANCISCO:

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If only this sign had Oracle Arena heading the other way…

Boy, Our SF “City Family” is Really Counting on Stealing the Oakland Warriors from Oakland – “LET’S GROW WARRIORS?”

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

Is there anything wrong with leaving the Golden State Warriors in Oakland?

Anyway, here’s the scene in Golden Gate Park – I can’t imagine this arboreal/sports clothing line program “makes money” for our City Family, but rich like having fun too, and this is one way for them to do it:

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What’s next, “Let’s Grow Niners?”

Boy, the SF Marathon is Almost as Wacky as a Bay to Breakers – Oakland Warrior Juggler Dribbler, Firefighter, Die Hard

Monday, July 27th, 2015

Straight out of Oak-Town comes this Warriors Juggler – bounce toss toss, bounce toss toss. Stephen Curry here was in the zone.

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And he doesn’t at all look like a money-hungry, anti-UCSF billionaire, but you never know…

And here’s the fireman, who might have been promoting an alcoholic drink – I couldn’t tell. But he did have the oxygen tank. And Die Hard here was wearing a marathon t-shirt from Europe. He kept on keeping on…

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I was just passing through, but I’m supposing if you wanted to wait around for more wackiness, you’d find it here, at our annual San Francisco Marathon.

How Nice: San Francisco City Hall Celebrates Oakland Warriors Basketball Team

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

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ORACLE Arena: “STRENGTH IN NUMBERS” “STRENGTH IN NUMBERS” “STRENGTH IN NUMBERS” “STRENGTH IN NUMBERS”

Monday, June 1st, 2015

Count ’em, go ahead:

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A bit much, non?