This is a call to arms! In the midst of the second lockout fiasco of the year, we have reached a crossroads. In one direction is a full 82 game NBA season. In the other is a virtually meaningless, shortened season necessitated by the insatiable greed of the league's crotchety old owners and their dark overlord, David "Union Buster" Stern. Having seen too many of these scenarios come to light with nary a batted eyelash from the viewing public, I am throwing down the gauntlet. The following is a petition designed to demonstrate solidarity with the players union, and a demand for the product we so generously purchase from the NBA in so many forms. Please pass the following along to any SB Nation team site for which you are a member, and any other forum you think might help. I hear facebook is popular. Draw a line in the sand with me fellow fans, Stern be damned! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ I, the signator, hereby demand the ratification of a new collective bargaining agreement between the NBA and its player's union, guaranteeing a full 82-game season. Should a single regular season game be canceled because of the current lockout, I promise to abstain from purchasing or viewing any NBA licensed product or media for the duration of the 2011-12 season and postseason.
This is a chart which shows according to Forbes Magazine which teams are making money and which teams are losing money. Here is the associated Article As NBA Enters Lockout Numbers Show Why System is Broken
Whats up Warriors fans? I'm a writer/illustrator over at Bright Side of the Sun and am currently doing a project where I am doing 30 illustrations (1 player from each of the 30 NBA teams) over 30 days. Day 8 featured your own Stephen Curry and I thought I'd share it with you. Feel free to visit and check out this and more as well as follow the project. Comments are welcome and appreciated. -Dustin
Looks like the rumored new Warriors logo is INDEED it after all. For those who have been playing the Warriors 2010 Draft Challenge, you should've confirmed today that this IS the new logo.
The somewhat tragic story of Darius Miles is one that young Golden State Warriors rookie Anthony Randolph should learn from. At the turn of the century Miles was a young, flashy, exciting forward with loads of potential (much more than Randolph) and even more attitude (some good- that funky head tapping with Q and a lot of bad- poor practice habits, ego, etc). Is Randolph the next Lamar Odom or the next Darius Miles? Only time will tell. My buddy Dave from the top-notch Blazer's Edge gives the current Darius situation some mileage.