Warriors president Robert Rowell quits
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Golden State Warriors president Robert Rowell is resigning his position as the club's top executive for business operations.
Warriors owner Joe Lacob announced Tuesday that Rowell was leaving to pursue other business endeavors. Rowell will assist Lacob and co-owner Peter Guber in the transition.
Rowell spent 16 seasons with the Warriors, including the past eight as president. The club has had success filling Oracle Arena during that time but has only made the playoffs once during his tenure.
Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press
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