The Golden State Warriors: “We Believe” Is More Like “We Deserve Better”

December 1st, 2009 by Erik Bartlett Leave a reply »

Another year, another disastrous chapter of the Chris Cohan era is upon us. Welcome to Warriors basketball, where the best fans in the NBA have to suffer through the incompetence of bad ownership, bad managerial decisions, and false hope.

Once again, the Warriors aren’t even close to being able to contend for a title. With Chris Mullin gone and Robert Rowell being granted even more power to make terrible decisions, how shocked would you be to see Anthony Randolph traded at the deadline? I know I wouldn’t.

And as much as “We Believe” summed up the 2007 season that stole our hearts and minds, we can coin the slogan “We Deserve Better” to define the ineptitude that consistently surrounds the team year after year.

When I was in college in Southern California, all of my buddies were die hard Lakers fans. Why do I bring this up? Because every single day, I would have to witness these undeserving fans watch a team completely destroy the opposition night in and night out.

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