I couldn't make the thread title any shorter and still indicate what exactly the thread is about.
Effectively, at the jersey retirement of Hall of Fame guard Chris Mullin, the Golden State Warrior crowd booed the absolute shit out of new owner Joe Lacob as he attempted to deliver some words on Mullin. To no avail, Chris tried to subdue the crowd, but as soon as he returned to his seat the chorus of boos returned. Fellow HOFer Rick Barry had a harsher tone when trying to get the crowd to settle down and similarly failed.
The fans of the Warriors have a few things to be upset about, but the likely trigger of the outcry was the recent trade of star guard Monta Ellis for injured Milwaukee Bucks center Andrew Bogut.
I post the thread in the hopes of eliciting discussion on the role of the disgruntled fan and the times and places that displeasure can be voiced.