Warriors' Monta Ellis faces sexual harassment suit

Steve C Wilson / AP Monta Ellis' skills make him a fit for the low post, coach Mark Jackson said. New coach Mark Jackson has brought a unique perspective to the Warriors, including experimenting with two of the team's best players in surprising roles.

(AP) – The president of the Golden State Warriors is promising to "vigorously defend'' the team's reputation after a sexual harassment suit was filed against the franchise and guard Monta Ellis. Appearing briefly before reporters Wednesday afternoon,

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We'll have more details after Wednesday morning's press conference, but as of now we know that both Monta Ellis and the Golden State Warriors will be sued for sexual harassment by an as-of-yet unnamed plaintiff. Details

And with a roster filled with shooters and scorers in Monta Ellis, Dorrell Wright and Stpehen Curry, it might take a while to turn them all into a bunch of Shane Battier's and Grant Hill's, which seems to be a large part of Jackson's game plan.