I'm a Warriors fan. I'm not proud of it. In fact, I kind of despise the team. It's just that they are the only game in town. That's why I thoroughly enjoyed the booing of the most recent owner earlier this week. I'm hoping Larry Ellison can still buy them or he brings another team to the Bay Area, so I can support a better organization. Read this article, which is awesome, and you'll unerstand where I'm coming from.
The Warriors have fallen just about as far as a franchise can fall - Grantland:
"And so it began. Three and a half decades later, the Golden State Warriors have morphed into the most tortured franchise in professional basketball. Unlike the Clippers (a perennial laughingstock until recently), the Suns (a classic came-oh-so-close team), the Cavaliers (not even the second-most tortured franchise in their own city) and Kings (historical nomads), the Warriors lack an identity beyond the whole "they suck every year, they always screw up, but at least they have great fans" tag. Doesn't that really mean that their fans are just loyal saps? What keeps them coming back? At what point do you just throw your hands up and scream, "ENOUGH"?"