November 2, 2012 |
When: 7:30. Where: Staples Center. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 980: 1330. Records: Clippers 1-0, Warriors 1-0 (before Friday's games). Record vs. Warriors (2011-12): 2-2. Update: The Clippers will be playing on consecutive nights for the first time this season, but at least they don't have to travel; they played at the Lakers on Friday night at Staples Center. The Warriors are finally becoming healthy. Guard Stephen Curry has dealt with a right ankle injury, and center Andrew Bogut, acquired from Milwaukee last season, has dealt with a left ankle injury.
January 20, 2013 |
There have been moments in which the Clippers and Golden State Warriors have expressed displeasure with each other, leaving many to think the two teams have taken issue with the other's perceived antics. The Clippers didn't like the way the Warriors celebrated after two wins over them. The Warriors didn't like how the Clippers went to "Lob City" mode in a win. After the Clippers beat the Warriors by 26 points at Staples Center, Golden State Coach Mark Jackson said this after the game: "What you've got to do as a coach, as a player, is just let it soak in and remember it," Jackson said.
February 25, 2004 |
Golden State Vintners Inc., which supplies wine and grapes to California wineries, said Tuesday it has received two takeover offers, including one from its chief executive. The board is evaluating the offer from CEO Jeffrey B. O'Neill, Golden State Vintners said in a statement. A company spokesman declined to name the second potential buyer. Golden State, based in Napa, Calif., said in September it planned to become a private company after a 1-for-5,900 reverse stock split.
August 3, 2002 |
A judge Friday ordered the U.S. to pay Golden State Bancorp Inc. $381 million for breaking a promise of special regulatory treatment made during the savings and loan crisis of the 1980s. U.S. Claims Court Judge Loren A. Smith, saying he wished he had power to order a larger award, gave the San Francisco-based thrift less than half the $909 million he had awarded in a 1999 ruling. A federal appeals court said that amount was too large and told Smith to recalculate it.
May 5, 1998 |
Golden State Bancorp will offer Wall Street today what analysts said is the best chance yet to invest in the long-standing legal claims of dozens of thrifts against the U.S. government. The Glendale-based thrift will distribute to shareholders at the end of the month warrants giving holders rights to 85% of the net after-tax proceeds of its breach-of-contract lawsuit against the government.
January 28, 2001 |
Marc Jackson's scream seems to start in the soles of his sneakers. The noise shoots through his body and explodes into the quiet Oakland Arena as he grabs yet another rebound. Moments later, he fights two New Jersey Nets for a loose ball. When it's knocked out of bounds and no foul is called, Jackson gives the referee a pained look while letting out another guttural yowl.
April 30, 1992 |
Feel free to pat yourself on the back if you've been to a restaurant that serves fish maw. Even better, award yourself an extended round of applause if you ever have ordered and eaten such a dish. Fish maw, after all, is a slightly less explicit way of writing fish stomach, an item not generally appreciated by Occidental audiences and one rather difficult to locate on menus here in the land of surf 'n' turf.
December 9, 1990
Fed up with living in Southern California? Had it with the traffic, smog, and cost of living? Perhaps you read the recent piece identifying Seattle as one of "the most livable cities in the United States" ("Life in the Big City," Nov. 25). Well, forget it. I have already blazed the trail for you, and rest assured there is no rainbow at its end. In the 3 1/2 years I've lived in Seattle, I have endured enough darkness and precipitation to last a millennium. Even as I write, the staccato of the pan collecting water from my ceiling is a grim reminder that my sense of humor has also begun to drip away in this environment.
April 28, 1999 |
Golden State Bancorp, the second-largest U.S. savings & loan, on Tuesday said first-quarter profit nearly doubled compared with the previous quarter as revenue from securities and annuities sales increased. The San Francisco-based parent of California Federal Bank said profit before an extraordinary item rose 86% to $80 million, or 50 cents a share, from $43 million, or 11 cents, in the fourth quarter.