The narrative of the A’s quest for a new ballpark took yet another twist Wednesday.

Citing “knowledgable sources,” the East Bay Express reported that Warriors owners Joe Lacob and Peter Guber are interested in buying the A’s and building a waterfront ballpark in Oakland at the Howard Terminal site.

That location is reportedly being touted by an investor group that includes Clorox CEO Don Knauss, Dreyer’s Ice Cream CEO T. Gary Rogers, Signature Development Group CEO Michael Ghielmetti and former Oakland Planning Commissioner Doug Boxer. According to the East Bay Express, that team has identified three separate groups willing to join in on buying the A’s and funding the ballpark should current A’s ownership not warm to the Howard Terminal idea.