So what do you do when you haven't made the playoffs in 11 years, you refuse to hold the front office and the head coach responsible, and can't seem to come up with a real plan to win?

You jack up ticket prices -- (again), start scheduling games in a foreign country, and blanket the community with hot, scantily clad women. If only the Warriors organization spent as much time on their plan for victory as they do on their marketing plan.

The jack in ticket prices is the second in the last three years, and the Warrior faithful are not happy about it. And we can't really blame them. Attendance has been surging the last few years as the Bay Area has rallied around the hometown franchise, but the payoff has been less than satisfying. Back-to-back 34-48 seasons and a playoff drought that just won't end. Owner Chris Cohan and crew have quite the huevos muchos grandes to think that Bay Area fans should actually be paying more for their chance to see NBA futility.