I think they're struggling to maintain their precedent.
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Posted by Captain Hindsight on 2013-01-09 11:50:11
In Reply to: Possibly, just pointing out precedent posted by PNQ on 2013-01-09 11:26:37
Reputation clean players are just the guys who play along with the games of writers. I used to love when Barry Bonds would go at it with these writers, but unfortunately he's paying for it now. Agree about letting them in, but taking note of what happened. My biggest problem is the credibility of the HOF without the all time leading hitter in their MLB history, and the greatest hitter we've ever seen.
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"Celtics guard Rajon Rondo said Oracle Arena, the Warriors’ home, is the most intimidating place to play in the NBA because of the wild fans"
"That was crazy," said injured guard Jamal Crawford, his eyes still bug after witnessing Oracle Arena at its peak for the first time. "Best fans in the league.
-after the celtics game
Phil Jackson: "If you let this crowd into this game, you're gonna regret it"
"But the thing that I remember most was that everyone who ever came to one of our home games or who even watched them on TV, they all said the same thing. Even all of the veteran players around the NBA said the same thing: that our arena was the loudest venue that they had ever been in.
They really rallied us a couple of times for some wins with just their enthusiasm and never-quit mentality."
-Matt Barnes, on his return to Golden State
"There's no better place to play your home basketball, than in Oracle"-Mark Jackson
YOU THINK WE GOT THE BEST FANS!?