Dont worry, uptempo, I'll save your keyboard some wear on this one:
"While we all agree that Nelson's gimmicky smallball lineups, built for entertainment not victory, are burying the team, is it not our dimwitted, slow-footed VP, Chris Mullin's, fault for hiring him? Mullin used Nelson to save his job, built the franchise around Troy Murphy and Adonal Foyle, thought Mike Dunleavy was more talented than Antawn Jamison, hired Mike Montgomery, and hillariously destroyed his life drinking like a frat boy (alcoholism is totally cool to joke about and rip on people for). Mullin is the problem. The team will go nowhere until we hire a competant GM with a proven track record, like the ones growing on trees outside my window."
Just kiddin buddy, you know I had to bust your balls a little on this one haha. But to answer colt's Q... I stand by my opinion all season in that we cannot evaluate a team without their best player. Trying to put together a list of everything wrong with the Warriors this season cannot happen without pretexting it with the knowledge that Monta Ellis hasn't suited up once yet. Like everyone else, I'm ready to throw Don Nelson under the bus... But I'm also willing to give him some wiggle room knowing that his run-and-gun lineup is built around The One Man Fastbreak. Let's see what the squad can do with their franchise player before we blow the whole thing up.