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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Larry Riley
The circulation director from a media group in Sarasota, Fla., has been named the new publisher of the Herald-Journal of Spartanburg.
Bob Myers showed up for his first game as the new general manager of the Golden State Warriors wearing the same yellow tie with diagonal blue stripes that owner Joe Lacob also had knotted around his neck.
The Milwaukee Bucks traded Andrew Bogut and Stephen Jackson to the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday night for a three-player package headed by high-scoring guard Monta Ellis.
Maybe the last thing the Golden State Warriors needed was another shooter.
The Golden State Warriors drafted Washington State shooting guard Klay Thompson with the 11th pick in the NBA draft Thursday night, adding another potent shooter to an already crowded backcourt.
The Golden State Warriors have made some splashy moves already this offseason. Just don't expect another one on draft night.
Mark Jackson's leadership skills as a player more than outweighed his lack of coaching experience when it came time for the Golden State Warriors to hire their coach.
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.
Larry Riley told the newspaper (http://bit.ly/1q6jIHq) he is looking forward to starting his new job in South Carolina on March 17.
"We're extremely excited to acquire a player the caliber of Andrew Bogut, who we think is certainly one of the top centers in the NBA," general manager Larry Riley said. "He will add an element of toughness to our team and will provide us with scoring, rebounding and a defensive presence in the middle. We've lacked those elements in recent years and think that Andrew's addition will be a key factor in the growth of our team."