But that didn't stop the Warriors star from sounding off on the Raiders for making the decision to leave Oakland in the coming years for Las Vegas.
At least fans in Oakland still have the Warriors, who just recorded their 60th win of the season and look the favorites to win an National Basketball Association title-not to mention the Oakland Athletics open the 2017 season against the Los Angeles Angels Monday.
Someone should probably tell Green the Raiders moved to Los Angeles and back to Oakland again, and the Lakers also made a jump to a new city. The Rams moved from St. Louis to Los Angeles for the 2016 season, and the former San Diego Chargers will move to Los Angeles for the 2017 season.
"I will not be going to Vegas at all", Perez said.
The city of Oakland presented a last-minute proposal on Friday for a $1.3 billion stadium in hopes of keeping the team.
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National Football League club owners have overwhelmingly approved the relocation of the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas in a move that has divided fans and reportedly has one angry local councilman calling for the team to be evicted from the Oakland Coliseum as soon as next season. "Moving the Raiders? You can move a lot of teams, but there aren't many fan bases like the Raiders' fan base".
However, others say the move will give the franchise a boost and ensure the team has a suitable stadium to play home games in.
"If I was the fans I wouldn't attend a game the next two years". The Raiders received about $750 million from Nevada taxpayers past year to build a stadium in Las Vegas, and team owner Mark Davis is putting up $500 million. "I feel bad for the city. That's ridiculous. No way I would pay my way to attend a game". "You just don't do that".
While the Las Vegas-bound Raiders will spend the next two seasons in Oakland, Scott McKibben, executive director of the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority, said it's unlikely they'll be welcomed back in 2019. "They didn't engage with the city of Oakland in trying to come up with the comprehensive deal that would allow them to stay".
The email offers current season ticket members, whose accounts remain in good standing as long as the Raiders stay in Oakland, a special opportunity to purchase seats at the new Las Vegas stadium.
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