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Golden State Warriors: Requesting a refund

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The team from the bay has not met the expectations of their fanbase for the current season. Inconsistent efforts, untimely fouls, mindless turnovers resulting in empty possessions, and missed defensive assignments have plagued the Warriors on the road, and at home. With All-Star break approaching, the Golden State Warriors, with a record of 24-24, head into tonight's game with the Dallas Mavericks in ninth place in the Western Conference.

Requested refund: The product does not meet the quality or the standards which were advertised. The 2022/23 Golden State Warriors' season fails to meet the expectations of past championship years.

Steve Kerr, Head Coach of the Golden State Warriors, has failed to hold his roster accountable for their substandard performances. Golden State has rewarded DubNation with four Larry O'Brien Trophies in eight years, and the Warriors' fanbase expectations are for the hosts of Chase Center to deliver the team's fifth this season.

From time to time this season, DubNation has witnessed the caliber of play the Warriors are capable of putting on display, which only brings disappointment when they take to the floor with a careless effort. With the emergence of Jonathan Kuminga, the Nation has been privileged to witness a star being born before our very eyes.

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The Nation has visits from Dallas and Oklahoma City on the schedule for the current homestand, with an overnight trip north to pay a visit to the Portland Trail Blazers, and a home-and-away series with the Lakers and Clippers; all are must-win contests before the All-Star break.

It is long past time for the struggling team from the bay to flip the switch and begin a serious quest for another title. Kerr has the pieces in place, and it is up to veterans of this current dynasty to produce the standard of play to which DubNation has become accustomed.

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