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Bay Area Bywords Define Warriors

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Hate to be Debbie Downer in regard to the Warriors' 5-0 road trip, but if you read the fine print in the Mayan calendar, you'll see they called this shot: "Warriors beat Heat, world explodes."

Too bad, it would have been fun to see where the Warriors would take this new thing they've got going.

Until the hammer comes down, though, the Warriors are the team to watch. They are carrying out a recent phenomenon in Bay Area sports: a team seemingly playing way over its head, powered by a mysterious force that falls into the category of "team...

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