Question: Can the Mavs Deal with the Warriors?
I didn't think anything could top Friday night's game, but I should know by now to expect the unexpected from the Warriors. Last night Golden State took a 3-1 lead over the Mavericks in this improbable first-round series and Warriors Nation was more hyped than ever. The Oracle was packed again, although I didn't spot any celebrities from where I was sitting ... unless you count Atma Brother #1 from Golden State of Mind.
UPDATE: Apparently the creative gentleman pictured above is named Rio, and he's a writer from PodTech. Rio passes along this message: "Go Warriors!"
Apr 30, 2007 – 4:41 AM
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