Regarding what would happen if a deal could not be struck with Oakland/Alameda County:
"I'm not going to get into 'what if' at all.. We need to put blinders on and look at where we're at today."
When asked if he was "optimistic" about the effort:
"I wouldn't use the word optimistic. I believe we can implement if we can balance the issues here."
About other sites:
"I think there's a possibility that there's more than one site... We're going to start looking at other sites starting next month."
Regarding how long it will take to put it together:
"It's going to take the bulk of the next 12 months. We may get lucky."
About the financing gap, around $250-300 million:
"There may be other ways to finance this than the (strategy) 'How many luxury suites can you sell?' ... If I recall, (this area) is not so hot on seat licensing."
When asked if the San Jose Redevelopment Agency was wasting their time in buying a site for a ballpark:
"You're going to have to talk to them about that."