“Los Angeles Clippers Winning Championship” Follow Up

Okay, I have some explaining to do.
At the beginning of the NBA season, I thought the Los Angeles Clippers had a clear shot at winning the NBA championship.

I was talking out of my butt the more that I think about it really, as there was a bigger point for me writing that story: The Golden State Warriors.

I really, really, really despise this team. Well, part of it.

While this team has made history as the first team to have single digit losses (73-9) in an NBA season, (the 95-96 Michael Jordan led Chicago Bulls went 72-10) I just need to get something out of my system.

“Dub Nation,” or those who consider themselves fans of the Warriors, are all fake.

I have to show respect to a great season for GSW, but their fans are the worst thing in the NBA right now.

On the night the Portland Trail Blazers demolished Golden State in February (137 to 105), I saw something courtside that made me cringe unbelievably.

Someone wearing a number 30 Stephen Curry jersey was cheering for the Blazers after a Lillard 30-foot bomb.

If he were a real fan of a team, would he really be cheering the other team on when things go south on you?

Also, after every win Golden State got, someone at my school would walk past me telling me how many wins the team now had. I wanted to throat punch him every time he did that.

Don’t get me wrong, I thought the Warriors played great all season, but all of the fake fans that I see online just get my blood boiling.

Where were those fans three years ago? Wearing a number 6 Lebron James Miami jersey?

So, when I wrote my “Why the Los Angeles Clippers will win the NBA championship” story, I honestly just wanted them to beat the Warriors.

They didn’t, getting blasted in the season series 4-0.