Poor Chris Mullin, immovable object and unstoppable force collided that night … we honestly are the best fans in the NBA, 15 yrs of crap and with 6 total playoff wins,...
Poor Chris Mullin, immovable object and unstoppable force collided that night … we honestly are the best fans in the NBA, 15 yrs of crap and with 6 total playoff wins, consistently filling that place and always believing beyond the yellow tee fad.
All that’s bound to erupt after losing a Mississippi Bullet for what Nate Thermond coined best, “seems like we got nothing for him since Boguts out” … combine that with and Steph being shut down for now, and you’ve got some well understood frustration form a team that was 3 games out. That’s what passionate fans do you know, we always believe we can win no matter how bleak the percentages tell us it is.
I support Joe Lacob, I trust the plan and as much as I miss Monta, Lacob didn’t deserve the boo’s, and CHRIS MULLIN deserved better than that!! The analytic side of me wants to take this a step further with the emergence of Joe Lacob as a villain left to blame after the unexpected departure of our hero.
The new active and bold owner, bold enough to trade our home-raised golden boy, the only thing concretely correct about our franchise the past [almost] decade or so, fans have all the motive to sub-consciously feel rage toward this character if not in a full blown reflective manner. Of course that isn’t fair, but Mr. Lacob is a big boy, he knows what he’s dealing with win entering these ranks, and I for one believe he said all the right things post game, and I do think wining cures all! The same passion creating those boo’s will one day fuel cheers.
Lacob maybe could have drawn stronger attention to the idea that tonight was about Chris Mullin, and that if they wanted to boo him, he’d give them another opportunity too … of course, who am I kidding, there is no way my mind coud strand two fibers of thought together if I had 20k boo’s raining down … haha that’s gnarly man!
In the process let’s not forget the man that ranks atop a variety of all time Warriors and NBA records. Check Chris Mullin’s Career NBA Stats. Smoothest white-man since the big-bird in my opinion, and that’s NOT a racially-charged comment, it is a culturally-toned compliment!
As painful as this year is, I’m proud to be a Warriors fans, now let’s please win so I can actually blog about how great we play the game, rather than turning my blog into a Golden State-of-Melodramatic Mind!
Let’s go Warriors!
Much love to the smoothest white dude since the big bird!