The NBA season is only a little over a week old, but that won't stop the premature concern regarding certain players. For the Golden State Warriors, some players, like Stephen Curry or Kevin Durant have gotten off to a stellar start this season.
Coming off a dominant postseason run to a second straight championship, the Warriors are eying an impressive third consecutive title. According to ESPN, the Golden State Warriors have a 40% chance to win the NBA Championship, the next closest team is the Celtics at 18%.
The NCAA basketball tournament is here and offices everywhere are in the midst of the madness. Workplaces are embracing March Madness with office pools, brackets and friendly competition. (Friendly, that is, towards every team but the widely loathed Duke University team, which is frequently dominant but was knocked out early this year amid much schadenfreude).
Imagine you are giving a presentation for work and everyone is waiting for you to screw up. N ot only will millions of people all over the world see your mistakes, but millions more on the internet can comment on them instantaneously. And angrily. And very, very colorfully. No pressure, right?
A blow-up between Draymond Green and Kevin Durant during the Warriors game against the Clippers carried over into the locker room, leading to Green's one-game suspension. For NBA fans, it was a "get your popcorn and memes ready" situation.
The All-Star guard has been very vocal about wanting a trade out of Minnesota. Butler has avoided team activities until today when, according to reporter Adrian Wojnarowski, he attended practice to rattle the team and management.
Fans are out in droves to celebrate the Golden State Warriors third NBA title in four years.