The Warriors have officially exercised their team option on head coach Mark Jackson for the 2014/15 season, the team announced today in a press release.
In 2012/13, Jackson led the Warriors to a 47-35 record and a sixth seed in the Western Conference. It was the team's first playoff berth since 2006/07, and only the second in the last 19 seasons. Overall, Jackson has a 70-78 record (.473) as the head coach of the Warriors, and has one postseason series victory under his belt.
While there have been some rumblings about a potential contract extension for Jackson, the team's decision to pick up his '14/15 option will keep him under contract for at least two more seasons, so there's no rush to negotiate a new deal. Jackson himself indicated last month that he isn't expecting to sign an extension this offseason.