Joe Lacob Rumors
The luxurious 5,512 square foot home on Carbon Beach blends indoor-outdoor living with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that open to a loggia and outdoor kitchen, fire pit and hot tub. Inside, there are five bedrooms and six baths. The property also touts a home theater, elevator and glass room gym, among many other amenities.
Lacob said after Durant’s departure in July that no Warrior would ever wear No. 35 while the team still was under his ownership. He joined The Athletic’s Tim Kawakami on “The TK Show” podcast this week, and clarified his thoughts regarding whether KD’s number will join the likes of Wilt Chamberlain and Al Attles in the rafters at Chase Center. “The intention is to retire his number, but we specifically said it that way, for now,” Lacob told Kawakami. “Because he’s still playing, it’s kind of inappropriate to some extent to say you’re gonna retire his number when he’s still playing in the league, but that’s the intention.”
When asked about Iguodala’s No. 9, Lacob echoed a similar sentiment. “We always wanna be gracious. I’ve said all along, he and any player like Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, whoever it is, a free agent, it’s their choice. They earned it,” Lacob said. “They have the right to make the choice they want to make.”
Mark Medina: Warriors formally announced they waived Shaun Livingston. In a statement, Warriors majority owner Joe Lacob said the Warriors “look forward to honoring him at some point in the future.”
Mark Medina: Warriors announced Andre Iguodala’s trade to Memphis for Julian Washburn and a $17.2 million trade exception. Joe Lacob also mentions Andre Iguodala’s number will eventually be retired and hung up in the rafters at Chase Center pic.twitter.com/KqI9RD0w5D