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By Steve King
Topic - Mark Jackson
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry received the NBA's yearlong community assist award, spoke passionately about his charitable works, then dished out another assist to his former coach.
Last summer I took my wife's uncle, Mark, on a classic mountain bike ride west of Bend. We had already ridden several miles when we arrived at the top of the Lower Whoops Trail.
The Golden State Warriors wanted Steve Kerr from the start but still wondered about his ability to coach. Kerr had his own questions for the Warriors before being convinced to take the job, notably what led to the bitter divorce between the team and Mark Jackson.
Former Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson has agreed to a multiyear deal to rejoin ESPN's lead NBA announcing team.
Golden State Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob has never been afraid to take a risk. And he knows his latest move - firing coach Mark Jackson - comes with a lot of risk.
Jackson's three seasons with the Warriors will be remembered for the way he helped turn a perennially losing franchise into a consistent winner and the bold and bombastic way in which he did it.
Mark Jackson came to the Golden State Warriors talking big and brash. He promised playoff appearances and championships, and he delivered plenty of wins along the way.
The Golden State Warriors say they have relieved coach Mark Jackson of his duties.
As co-captains and team leaders, Stephen Curry and David Lee carry the loudest voices in the Golden State Warriors locker room, which is why what they said Monday is significant.
The Golden State Warriors were just over two minutes away from advancing to the second round of the playoffs for the second straight season, yet no matter how promising the young core is that they have assembled, the future of the team is anything but certain.
A Reno man arrested over the weekend on suspicion of stalking a female athlete at a Douglas County High School track meet pleaded guilty Monday as authorities began trying to identify untold numbers of other victims found on surreptitious videos taken at school sporting events around the region.
Two years ago, the Golden State Warriors could only dream of a 51-win regular season and back-to-back playoff appearances. Now that kind of success is expected - not celebrated.
Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers said he declined a chance to speak with owner Donald Sterling, who is alleged to have made racist comments in a recorded conversation.
Golden State coach Mark Jackson has a suggestion for fans of both the Warriors and the Clippers: Don't show up for Game 5 in Los Angeles on Tuesday night.
"I tried to get some air on a smaller jump, like you said," he replied.
"We just couldn't believe he accepted what happened," said Seversen's brother, Mark. "Obviously, it was horrible, but he embraced what it meant to live paralyzed and kept caring for people and enjoying life."