Warriors "Acting" Head Coach Mike Brown Got Stopped By Multiple Cops While Trying To Enter Oracle Arena
Welp, there you have it. Need not look further than Mike Brown not getting let on the premises based on facial recognition alone to ID the fact that the Warriors really don't even need a head coach. All due respect to Steve Kerr, because his handy work is the reason that this machine is so well oiled and self sufficient, but does it really matter who plays the role of hands-off supervisor if the local police department doesn't even know who is currently "in charge" of the team they are ultimately trying to protect during the conference finals?
I feel like one of the officers heard him say "I am the acting head coach of the Golden State Warriors!" before turning to his partner and saying "Wait, stop that guy. I am pretty sure they don't even have one of those". That's where we are at now. Golden State is so dominant that they might as well have one of those faceless video games silhouettes running their sideline. There is almost nothing that Mike Brown could do or not do to have a lasting impact on games that are more often than not way out of (his) hand(s). Shit, he can't even make a lasting impact on the memory of those that wave him into his own workplace. That's not to say that he can't get through to players that are all-to-familiar with their roles within the system, but it is to say that he doesn't even fucking have to.
"Acting" head coach is actually an insanely appropriate title, because - whether or not he's capable of more - he's basically just going through the motions as an authority figure that can't even recognized by authority.
::insert race joke about law enforcement here::