I’d like to thank Chicago Tribune columnist Bernie Lincicome for saying what all of us were already thinking. The Golden State Warriors, working with a 56-6 record, have had it easy. The team is relying on a transparently gimmicky 3-point shot and (hell, let’s get real here) a gimmick player and supposed “MVP” that could only secure a scholarship to Davidson even though his father played in the NBA. Worse, the Warriors traipse around a league that has become diluted by expansion, an NBA growing softer by the day.
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Adam Silver’s NBA has become a walking (often traveling) designated hitter rule of a league. Just like the DH, the NBA is offense-only, with no defense (like the batteries in your kid’s Christmas gift) included. Nobody, outside of overpriced sneaker collectors and fans of piped-in hip-hop, would want to watch this stuff.
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