When Joe Lacob and Peter Guber bought the Warriors in 2010, it was assumed by many that they eventually wanted to move the team to San Francisco, where they played for several years after their move from Philadelphia in 1962. While Oakland has served as the franchise's permanent home since the early '70s, "The City" promises a more affluent fan base and greater free agent draw than "The Town." All the Warriors needed to make the move work is a suitable arena, which San Francisco doesn't currently have. However, if reports are to be believed, there's a plan in place to build the arena and get a move worked out soon. According to Adam Lauridsen of the Fast Break blog of the San Jose Mercury News, the Warriors could announce their plans as early as this week. From Lauridsen's Twitter account :