Paul Staudohar, emeritus business professor (Image: KTVU)
Emeritus business professor comments on the record price paid for the Warriors
- July 20, 2010 5:00am
KTVU reporter Rita Williams interviewed Paul Staudohar, emeritus business professor at Cal State East Bay, for a segment titled, “New Owners Purchase Golden State Warriors for Record Price.”
“I was surprised the Warriors sold for as much as they did, “said Staudohar. “It’s a real ego trip to own an NBA team and the Warriors have a storied past.”
Watch the entire interview on the KTVU Web site.
Staudohar was also interviewed by the Bay Area New Group for the article, "Ellison loses out on bid for Warriors."
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