Golden State Warriors banned from singing about cocaine

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The Golden State Warriors are on absolute fire right now at the start of the 2014 NBA season.

The Dubs are the best team in the league by a complete mile and have stormed out to a 17-2 record - the best in the NBA - while boasting an excellent 13 game win streak.

The Warriors then started an awesome tradition that was pretty funny for the players and us to see on social media. After wins, the players would sing CoCo by  O.T. Genasis. It was funny, until the players were banned that is.

Marreese Speights absolutely loved posting videos of his teammates singing along to the cheerful ditty. But today Speights has revealed that some mysterious unknown figure has put a stop to grown men having a bit of fun. Don't you just love what sports has become...

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Alright maybe the song is about cocaine, but surely the Warriors higher ups can't be seriously worried about bad PR or losing their family friendly image because of a couple of 12 second clips of the players singing a catchy song!

For goodness sakes, you're the best team in the NBA right now angry Warriors exec, people are way more focused on the fact that you're beating up other teams so bad they need to bring a mercy rule to professional basketball.

This is so stupid that i'm now just going to post clips of Speights, Steph Curry and co. singing and enjoying themselves. 

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