The Golden State Warriors basketball franchise has announced plans to relocate to San Francisco in 2017, a move that will leave their current landlords in Oakland still facing bond payments on the team’s current home.

The National Basketball Association team has an agreement with Oakland and Alameda County to contribute up to $7.4 million towards debt service on $140 million of bonds sold in 1996 to refurbish what is now known as the Oracle Arena in an effort to entice the team to stay.

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