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By adding additional $170 million in luxury-tax penalties to their roughly $176 million in compensation, the Golden State Warriors have just established an NBA record for total payroll.
Joe Lacob, the owner of the Golden State Warriors, is obviously not against spending money.
Joe Lacob, the governor of the Warriors, claims that his only goal in life is to win championships: "Winning is all I care about."
In 2022, the Stephen Curry era saw the Golden State Warriors win their fourth championship.
One of the strongest front offices in sports belongs to the Golden State Warriors, and their governor, Joe Lacob, is willing to spend a significant amount of luxury tax in order to thrive.
Along with Andre Iguodala and Evan Turner, Joe Lacob recently appeared on the podcast The Point Forward. Lacob asserted that his "one and only concern" is "winning championships."
The Golden State Warriors still field their original big three, but they now boast a talented young core that includes players like Jonathan Kuminga and Jordan Poole.
There is no doubt that they have younger players who can step up when Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, and Stephen Curry get older.
Moses Moody, a wing with the Golden State Warriors, tries to make a free shot during a summer league game against the New York Knicks.
Moses Moody has been the topic of summer league for the Golden State Warriors, aside from James Wiseman returning to the court following his false start in March.
The baller overcame a stomach illness to score 34 points on 8 of 13 shots in his Las Vegas Summer League debut.
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