Things to be read on a Sunday.
David Blatt is dropping #hotfire on his old team, the Warriors lost to the hated Rockets, and we are all about to binge-watch some American football.
Seriously, what is going on here?
Jemele Hill was right. Donald Trump is a white supremacist, and he is unfit for the presidency.
“We’re not calling him Swaggy P. His name is Nick.” - Bob Myers.
Whoa, a lot can happen in a week. Let’s dive right in and see what I missed.
Things are pretty good in Warriors-land right now. That is, if you don’t count Klay’s amazing missed dunk.
Y’all are a bunch of haters.
Their friendship has defined the silly side of this postseason.
Steve Kerr has battled chronic headaches and pain since a botched back surgery. Now, facing a new, unknown illness, the Warriors coach could miss extended time.
Don’t @ me. It’s not even close.
Durant is back and the Warriors are ready to go to battle.
Yes, this is a click-baity headline. But, yes, this is also a serious question I have.
The Dubs look to be putting it all back together after a tough stretch.
If I ever do one thing as convincingly as this otter eats lettuce, I’ll be set for life.
Amidst the jeers and the boos, one thing became clear last night: Durant is in a better situation now than he ever was in OKC.
Steve Kerr will not just “stick to sports.” There’s too much at stake.
In the hour or so where it was rumored Mike Dunleay might re-join the team, Bay Area fans lost their cool.
It’s story time, via pictures.
Are some of the best NBA “bloopers” actual mistakes? Or are they performance art of the highest degree designed to remind us that not everything is doom and gloom?
Watching the Dubs re-attack the NBA after heartbreak in the Finals has been nothing short of inspiring.
Seriously though, it’s time to figure out how you’re getting to the polls on Tuesday.
“Sunday Reads” returns on a Tuesday to talk about a serious issue plaguing our country: raining frogs. Also, we look at how the Warriors and the nation as a whole are dealing with a season of change.