Golden state warriors owner
Peter Guber (Co-Executive Chairman)
A well-known figure in the sports & entertainment industry for over 35 years, Peter Guber is the owner and co-executive chairman of the GSWs. Since 2010, under his leadership, the Warriors have achieved great success, including four NBA championships (2015, 2017, 2018, 2022), six Western Conference championships (2015-2019, 2022), and the best single-season record in NBA history (73-9 in 2015-16). Off the court, the Warriors were named Team of the Decade by Sports Business Journal (SBJ) in December 2019, an award that includes all 123 teams in the NBA, NFL, MLB, and NHL. The award-winning sports business publication also honored the Braves as “Sports Team of the Year” in 2014 and 2016 in recognition of the organization’s innovative and successful business practices. It marks the first time any professional team has won the prestigious award multiple times (the organization Shortlist for the award in 2017 and 2018).
In addition to the Warriors, Guber also has extensive experience in sports and live-action entertainment. One of his core principles is enhancing every aspect of the fan experience, from entry to exit. Driven by this philosophy, on January 17, 2017, the Warriors broke ground on the Chase Center, the organization’s 100% privately financed, state-of-the-art sports and entertainment complex in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood. Less than 32 months later, the Chase Center opened on September 6, 2019, instantly becoming one of the world’s crown jewels and the city of San Francisco’s first arena. One year after opening (September 2020), the Chase Center was “Sports Facility of the Year” by Sports Business Journal.
One of the entertainment and communications industries’ most successful executives and entrepreneurs, Guber’s impressive resume includes serving as Chairman and CEO of Sony Entertainment, President of Columbia Pictures, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Polygram Entertainment, Executive and co-owner and co-chairman of Casablanca Records and Films. Films he produced or supervised include Rain Man (Academy Award for Best Picture), Batman, The Color Purple, Midnight Express, Gorilla in the Mist, Eastwick The Witch,” “Disappearing” and “Flashdance.” Guber’s solo films have grossed over $3 billion worldwide and have over 50 Academy Awards.
Where is golden state warriors stadium
The GSW has a new home at the Chase Center in San Francisco this season. The state-of-the-art building sits on the bay & features many unique amenities not found at Oracle Arena, home of the Golden State Warriors since 1971. The state-of-the-art building sits on the bay & features many new amenities not found at Oracle Arena, home of the Golden State Warriors since 1971. That’s before the team’s first regular-season game against the Los Angeles Clippers on Oct. 24 (10:30 p.m. ET, TNT) at Chase Center.
The stadium occupies more than four city blocks in San Francisco’s Mission Bay area and features an exterior plaza (named Thrive City) where fans gather, watch games & cheer on the team from the outside. The plaza will include restaurants, bars, & a 74-foot by 42-foot screen to view the event if you don’t have a ticket. Besides the arena, there will also be a 5.5-acre park on the waterfront. The park, which the Warriors do not control, is still under construction & may not be ready until next season.
Inside the arena, the atrium contrasts with the oracle feel. The open concept brings in more light and allows fans to mingle before and after games. The LED scoreboard is the largest in the league at 9,699 square feet. The extra space allows teams to display detailed statistics about the game, including effective field goal percentage, turnover rate, offensive rebound rate, and free throw rate. The 18,064-seat stadium offers fans ample dining options. More than a dozen dining options will Offer within the arena, including local eateries like Big Nate’s BBQ (founded by Warriors legend and Hall of Famer Nate Thurmond) as well as new restaurants from local restaurateurs.
These suites are the star of the show at Chase Center, which has suites on every floor. There will be 32 courtside suites, 44 club-level suites, and 60 penthouse quad suites. The Warriors’ locker room also underwent a significant upgrade. Each locker in the spacious circular room has a TV, dimmed lighting, and a Large weight room. The Biofreeze Performance Center’s two practice ranges are behind the weight room. The Warriors will conduct all their practice at this facility, providing convenient access to the arena on game days.
Golden state warriors salary cap
The Warriors are currently over the league’s salary cap. Cap Holds & Exceptions did not include in their Total Cap Allocations, and dropping those numbers doesn’t give them any cap space. Teams can only use any exceptions or sign outside players at the league minimum salary.
Active contracts: $175,192,325
Dead money: $666,667
Total cap usage: $184,024,769
Projected 2021-22 luxury tax bill: $56,096,389
2022-23 Book Salary: $210,267,874
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