Tag Archives: Golden State Warriors

Monday Media: The Worst Broadcast Team in the League

If you follow me on Twitter, you have probably noticed that I watch (almost) every single Golden State Warriors game and I frequently criticize TV play-by-play voice Bob Fitzgerald, analyst Jim Barnett and sideline reporter Ric Bucher. Oftentimes those criticisms … Continue reading

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Mediocrity, Coming Soon to a Playoff Hopeful Near You!

A couple months back I looked at the historic differences in quality between the Eastern and Western Conferences. Two months later, the data for this season is still spot-on: in aggregate, the Western Conference is much better than the East. … Continue reading

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Mark Jackson, David Lee and the Yakety Sax Gang

The Golden State Warriors have received many well-deserved plaudits this year. Even after a recent five game losing streak, the Warriors look poised to post their second best record in the last twenty years. They have a potential top-10 player, … Continue reading

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Wild Speculation and Outlandish Guesses: Icarus Edition

As we pass the halfway mark of the season, there are some players and teams that are dramatically outpacing preseason expectations. Are these surprising performances for real, or are some players and teams simply flying too close to the sun? … Continue reading

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That Unfamiliar Feeling.

Today, I am awash with an unfamiliar feeling.  I am fully aware of the cause, but unsure about how to resolve it. Last night the Golden State Warriors lost big to the Clippers.  Lost huge to the Clippers.  The final … Continue reading

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Worst to First: The Unlikely Transformation of Mark Jackson

A year and a half ago the Warriors hired Mark Jackson, he of no coaching experience whatsoever, to be their head coach. He was paired with assistant Mike Malone, a rising coaching star, to presumably provide the coaching team with … Continue reading

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Smoke Machines & Expensive Mirrors: Joe Lacob Still Has to Overcome My Distrust

Today is December 18th, which means almost nine months ago I was sitting in Oracle Arena, giggling at my Chris Mullin bobblehead. Less than a year ago, on the eve of his jersey retirement ceremony, that I was explaining to … Continue reading

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