According to the Wall Street Journal:
In an effort to defend their NBA title, Golden State’s training staff all but eliminated sugar on the team’s private plane this season. The idea was to make the Warriors eat healthier, and the players were willing to accept the changes, saying goodbye to soda, cookies and candy while in the air.
What they weren’t prepared for was a PB&J ban. And that began a months-long battle by the Warriors to save their beloved peanut butter and jelly.
“You gotta fight for your rights,” Warriors assistant coach Luke Walton said about bringing back the PB&Js. “If you believe in something you gotta fight for it.”
The ban was instituted by a training staff that came in after the Warriors won last season’s NBA championship — the team’s first in 40 years.
My fellow Arizona Wildcat, Coach Walton, fought for the return of the sandwiches. “Cookies are gone, soda is gone, all that’s gone. But the PB&Js are back.” Damn it feels good to be a Wildcat!
Here’s Fox News’ host of Sports Court Tamara Holder with her 1 minute take:
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