Golden State Warriors: What Dubs Could Learn from Visit to San Quentin

September 22nd, 2012 by Grant Hughes Leave a reply »
According to the Golden State Warriors' official Twitter feed, head coach Mark Jackson, GM Bob Myers and Draymond Green paid a visit to San Quentin State Penitentiary on Saturday.

Don't worry, they were allowed to leave.

(1/2) @jacksonmark13, Bob Myers & group of GSW employees spent the day playing hoops at San Quentin State Prison as part of outreach program

— Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) September 22, 2012
Jackson and Myers actually played in a game against a team of inmates, under the close supervision of guards and a few hundred spectators. And while the Warriors are to be commended for their unique outreach program—which, by the way, has been going on for a while now—there are probably a few things they've picked up from their time in prison.

Here are a few, just for kicks:


Running's Not a Great Idea

There's sort of a double meaning here, with the phrase's more literal application in prison being slightly more severe. "Running" on the yard could end very badly, with armed guards perched watchfully above. Running's a fool's errand in San Quentin.

But the ...

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