It's finally here!
Game 1 of the NBA Finals. The Warriors have been off for quite a while and the Cavs not quite as long, but it all starts on Thursday. Steinmetz thinks one of the reasons this series is so compelling is there's an unknown element to this series that few can put their finger on.
The one thing about the Cavs, according to Steinmetz, is that they're the smartest dumb team he's ever seen -- and it works for them in a big way.
And what the hell was Hunter Strickland thinking? Forget Posey, we're surprised as many Giants went out there as their were. Lastly, Sal and I need some help understanding the whole ticket thing on-line. Thanks.
The Warriors have won 10 straight playoff games and something like 24 out of their last 25. The only game they lost is a game they didn't really care about winning -- a game against the Utah Jazz late in the season.
The Warriors are so good these days that it almost feels like a malaise or complacency cloaks the team and fan-base. Then again, there are a lot of folks out there who won't give the Warriors credit for being great, Instead, they'll say the Warriors have gotten incredibly lucky the past few years.
Hey, there's a difference between being lucky and having good fortune. One more till 100. Wow.
The Golden State Warriors are making it look easy, but is that a good thing? They haven't lost a playoff game this year, and it's almost feeling routine. How do you even begin to beat the Warriors? Well, one way is to do what they did.
As fora team not going well, let me introduce you to the San Francisco Giants. Their fans have been spoiled over the last eight years or so but it looks like this team might not be able to compete. What happens if the Giants have a few rough years in a row? Will AT&T still sell out every game? Will the passion still be there?
And as always, we take a look at a facet of the Bay Area, and this time it's about the ridiculous housing costs, and the neighborhoods where you USED TO be able to afford a house in San Francisco.