Listening to our new team ownership on KNBR got me hyped. We have a new owner! He actually has a plan! He won't be content with winning 40 games and packing the arena!
However, I have seen numerous comments on various blogs whine and worry as if Cohan still was running the show. Some fret over Lee, some for Pargo (inconsequential), and some for the loss of CJ and Morrow.
It is fine to be critical, but let's not talk about the warriors as doing the "same old thing" as the Cohan days. This team has been bad for a long time, and heads will roll (some innocent ones too) because that is how rebuilding happens. Like many, I am tired of rebuilding but I feel much better having new owners leading the effort. Sure, they will make some mistakes along the way but hopefully these mill be minor. I suggest a moratorium on comments about the Warriors moves as being the "same old Warriors" moves because it suggests that the new ownership is the same as Cohan.
Give the new owners a chance, let's see who the new coach and GM is, let's see the starting lineup we have get to know each other, let's see if we make a splash mid season or in the next off season before we overreact to any moves they make at the moment (people tripping about pargo? really?)