If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em

(K. Brent Tomer),

IT IS a fitting sign of our unequal times that the team representing the most accomplished 1%—OK, 3% if we’re being technical—of North America’s National Basketball Association (NBA) has just gotten almost inconceivably richer. The Golden State Warriors won the league championship in 2014-15, and set an all-time record for regular-season wins in the campaign that ended last month, falling just one game short of a successful title defence in their final playoff series against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Although they finished 2015-16 on a disappointing note, their campaign will still go down as one of the most impressive in the sport’s history. In a season full of highlights, their greatest achievement was probably battling back from a three-games-to-one deficit in the semi-final round against the Oklahoma City Thunder to win the series in seven games.

It’s now safe to say the Warriors won’t have to worry about Oklahoma next year—and probably not any of the NBA’s other 28 teams either. On July 4th Kevin Durant, the…Continue reading

via K. Brent Tomer CFTC If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em

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