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How the Warriors got to this point
July 15: Investment group headed by Joe Lacob and Peter Guber agrees to buy the Golden State Warriors from Chris Cohan for a then-record $450 million
Nov. 12: Purchase approved by the NBA Board of Governors2011
April 14: Larry Riley retained as GM/executive VP of basketball operations; Bob Myers named assistant GM/VP of basketball operations
May 20: NBA Hall of Famer Jerry West joins Warriors as an executive board member
June 6: Mark Jackson hired as the teams 24th head coach (19th since the franchise moved to the West Coast in 1962)
June 28: Dakota Wizards of the NBA Development League purchased; Jim Weyermann named VP of new franchise development
Sept. 26: Rick Welts named president and chief operation officer2012
March 13: Andrew Bogut acquired from the Milwaukee Bucks as part of a five-player trade
April 24: Bob Myers promoted to GM; Larry Riley named the teams director of scouting
May 22: The team announces its intention to build an arena on the San Francisco waterfront near the Bay Bridge in time for the 2017-18 season at Piers 30-32
Sept. 7: Season ticket sales for 2012-13 surpass 10,000
Oct. 10: NBA Development League approves the relocation of the Dakota Wizards from Bismarck, N.D., to Santa Cruz
Oct. 31: Stephen Curry signed to multi-year contract extension
Dec. 18: Season ticket sales for 2012-13 surpass 11,0002013
Jan. 24: David Lee named a Western Conference All-Star, the first Warriors All-Star since Latrell Sprewell in 1997
April 17: Curry establishes NBA single-season record with 272 three-pointers; team ends regular season with 47 wins, its most since 2007-08 and only the second Warriors team to win 47 or more since 1994-95
April 19: Santa Cruz Warriors advance to the D-League finals, falling to the Rio Grande Valley Vipers
May 2: Sixth-seed Warriors eliminate Denver and advance to the Western Conference semifinals for the first time since 2006-07 season, only the second time since 1991-92
July 10: Andre Iguodala acquired from Denver as part of a six-player, three-team trade that also involved the Utah Jazz.
Oct. 25: Andrew Bogut signed to a multi-year contract extension
Nov. 5: Team launches Season Ticket Priority Wait List after establishing a franchise-record 14,500 season tickets


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