Plan for Warriors' Arena Is All Wet

Snihetta And AECOM/Golden State

After a breathtakingly fast start, the Warriors were bound to cool off. To come back to earth.

I'm not talking about this season's performance on the court. I'm talking about the organization's proposed waterfront arena.

The Warriors burst out early, with aggressive play and strong defense and got lots of people, including the Board of Supervisors and Mayor Ed Lee, to wave their pom-poms and cheer every move.

But now comes the tricky part. The project to build a 13-story arena on Piers 30-32 just south of the Bay Bridge on...

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