The Golden State Warriors Have Been Banned From Singing 'CoCo' After Wins

By HHL Editors

After wins this season, the 17-2 Golden State Warriors have had a tradition of singing the O.T. Genasis's track 'CoCo' on the team plane. Forward Marreese Speights is their ring leader in song, and he often posts videos of the performances on his Instagram.

Unfortunately for Speights, the Warriors, and folks who like to watch 7-footers swaying to the beat, Golden State can no longer practice this tradition. Speights announced the bad news in a tweet.

The obvious reason he was told no more 'Coco' is because it is a song about one man's love affair with cocaine, and the NBA is all about saying no to drugs and thinking of the children, etc.

Anyway, look what the CoCo did to poor Busta Rhymes. Maybe it is best for the Warriors and their championship aspirations if they stay away.

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