At the end of the day - whatever it takes to get the sale through, and a s quickly as possible. This isn't the kind of shit that comes easy. Once it's done we're looking at ownership with a greater incentive to win, and not just put bums in seats. And that could have a much greater impact than anything Colangelo might be able to do.
BC+MLSE was pretty useless. It would be nice to see him have a shot with another prospective owner, and by the kinds of things he was saying on Monday, it's possible that he was making a pitch to a possible ownership that was wary of past results. He seemed pretty bent on being open and honest and showing his ability to handle the prpcess he has begun.