New Owners, Same Old Warriors

D. Ross Cameron/San Jose Mercury News

Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob is not Chris Cohan. He's not. He promised. He announced all of this.

Lacob is more visible, more aggressive, more venture-capital-y, more committed, less Cohan.

And yet ...

Through three months and one typically subdued Warriors trade-deadline performance Thursday -- while the rest of the league went wild with action -- the Lacob/Cohan differences remain largely hypothetical.

It's early. Things can change swiftly. Lacob still has every chance to do dramatic things. He and partner Peter Guber inherited so many problems.

But Lacob's Warriors still employ Robert Rowell, Cohan's team president, and Larry Riley, Cohan's last general...

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