GSWARRIORS THREAD VOL. FIFTH STRAIGHT NBA FINALS

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that leg room IS awful.

people are gonna get hit behind the head with a knee and don't even talk about getting beer spilled on you....
 
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And I am short :smh:. Can only imagine what the guy who sat next to me at Oracle, who was 6’7, is going to have to deal with.
 
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can't even imagine how bad traffic is going to be in that area during game night. friend works at ucsf and said employees been warned and given handouts regarding events
i hear muni is free if you are going to an event, but i assume the wealthy will just catch a helicopter :lol:

btw, the arena looks amazing from the pics i've seen
 
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Had mixed reviews from a family friend. In short he preferred Golden One internally. Externally he says Chase is beautiful. But the open concept in Golden One is really nice and feels better.

I have to agree regarding open concept. When I went to Houston and watched a game there (Toyota Center I think?), the open concept is great. You can see all the action when you are making your way to your seats, getting food, etc.
 
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One of the many reasons I never ask for autographs or act different around athletes. My first job was at Macy’s at Valley Fair and used to meet all kinds of 49ers. I never acted different around any of them and they were cool. The only guy that had an attitude was Garcia, but I have heard that was pretty normal for him.
 
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One of the many reasons I never ask for autographs or act different around athletes. My first job was at Macy’s at Valley Fair and used to meet all kinds of 49ers. I never acted different around any of them and they were cool. The only guy that had an attitude was Garcia, but I have heard that was pretty normal for him.
 
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One of the many reasons I never ask for autographs or act different around athletes. My first job was at Macy’s at Valley Fair and used to meet all kinds of 49ers. I never acted different around any of them and they were cool. The only guy that had an attitude was Garcia, but I have heard that was pretty normal for him.
Used to see 49ers there all the time. What happened with you and Garcia?
 
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One of the many reasons I never ask for autographs or act different around athletes. My first job was at Macy’s at Valley Fair and used to meet all kinds of 49ers. I never acted different around any of them and they were cool. The only guy that had an attitude was Garcia, but I have heard that was pretty normal for him.
He was there to give out and sign hats for a certain number of people lined up. I pretty much told him we appreciate him out here, kept it as chill as I could

If anything, I didn’t ask for a selfie like some people were doing, and he looked kinda annoyed / unnatural about it
 
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Nothing happened with Garcia, this was probably 2003 or 04. I was just helping him check out. He didn’t have an attitude with my, but he just looked like he was in a bad mood. Maybe it was just a bad day, but i have heard that the attitude was pretty regular with that guy.

I only stood in line for Owens, at Macy’s :lol:
 

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Ran into Zaza Pachulia in Burlingame today. He told me that he just officially retired and is joining the Warriors front office. Then he told me shhhhhh.
 
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