This is just a minor grievance, but this article posted at FanHouse, while true in some cases, is a prime case of basing a column on how the writer interprets someone's comments. In this case, it's just a leap: because Kahn questioned the team's effort against the Warriors, Tom Ziller takes the opportunity to say, "Hey, David: You didn't think your team would be this bad? Of course they are, and here's why."
Obviously, the team sucks right now (never more evident than in the Warriors game), but Ziller used a flimsy (and that's being generous) premise to write a column criticizing him for something he didn't even say. I don't even disagree with Ziller's points; as someone who actually graduated with a journalism degree and worked for a newspaper, it baffles me that a piece like this is even worth linking to.