Mark Jackson's remark is the latest and strongest indication of his intolerance toward gays.
Warriors GM Bob Myers told SFBay Mark Jackson was 'surprised' by his firing.
Mark Jackson's three seasons with the Warriors crashed to an end Tuesday.
OAKLAND — Little monsters continue to poke their heads out from the Warriors' closet.
The final spots in the Warriors starting rotation and team roster are in play this last week of preseason.
Don't expect to see the Warriors' big guns play big minutes until the Oct. 30 season opener.
All eyes are watching Mark Jackson and the Warriors to see if they can take last season's success even further.
Coming off their four-game road trip, the Warriors will not play point guard Stephen Curry as he rests his sprained right ankle.
Bob Myers has had the job for just a few months, but he's learning what he can and can't say to the media.
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson - a married man, and an ordained minister - is coming clean about hooking up with a stripper six years ago, and her repeated demands for money to keep it all on the hush.
The Warriors head coach and fellow St. John's alum goes easy on the former Ron Artest for his elbow against James Harden.
First-year coach Mark Jackson promised a lot, but after 22 games, the Warriors haven't fulfilled any of those promises.
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