What would happen to the Warriors if next season was postponed? It’s not pretty

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That was not exactly how the Warriors’ majority owner Joe Lacob envisioned his team’s first year at the unveiling of the $ 1.4 billion Chase Center: a list cleared by injuries, a record league and, to top it all, a pandemic that threatens to cut the season short.

Almost five weeks after the NBA suspended the game to limit the spread of the coronavirus, league leaders still have far more questions than answers. Although many teams hope to be able to start the playoffs by early July, officials are preparing for the possibility of not having a playoffs and, if this crisis continues as long as some health experts predict, perhaps even a delay in starting next season.

It would be a blow to a Warriors franchise eager to get back into the running and recover the money it is currently losing. In the past few weeks, Lacob, General Manager Bob Myers and Chief Operating Officer Rick Welts have met on numerous conference calls to describe the financial impact of the game stoppage. know:

Chase Center Revenues



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