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By Brahma Chellaney
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - christopher j. cohan
This was one shot Keith Smart couldn't make.
Keith Smart waited nearly 10 years for the chance to coach an NBA team. The league's all-time winningest coach, Don Nelson, gave it to him.
Golden State Warriors owner Chris Cohan reached an agreement Thursday to sell the franchise for a record $450 million to Boston Celtics minority partner Joe Lacob and Mandalay Entertainment CEO Peter Guber.
Sal Galatioto, the president of Galatioto Sports Partners, which advised Cohan on the sale, said there was a handshake agreement with Lacob and Guber agreed to about two weeks ago.