It was announced on May 22nd that the Golden State Warriors would be packing up and moving across the Bay Bridge to San Francisco. The move is a exciting one for the franchise; they are returning home to San Francisco where they left in 1971. The plan was laid out on Pier 30/32 where the new state of the art arena will be built. The location of the arena is great for fans. With easy transportation to and from the arena, it should not be a problem to see the Dubs play. It is also located in an area where the bars and restaurants will provide a whole new feel for Warriors games.
What the Warriors should realize and what the fans should know is that the move will not make the team any better. Just because they play in a new city doesn't mean they will be winning championships. Here are seven reasons why the move to San Francisco won't fix the Warriors.