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Coming up on Forum:
The Golden State Warriors' win streak may have ended in Memphis last week, but not before the team set a franchise record with 16 consecutive victories. Led by young stars Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, who are known as the "Splash Brothers" for their brilliant backcourt shooting, the Warriors have one of the best records in the NBA. We talk with team President Rick Welts about the season and about the team's plans to build a new arena in San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood. We'll also check in with rookie Coach Steve Kerr.
For over 10 years Jeff Adachi has served as San Francisco's public defender. During that time he has fought for an increased budget, put pension reform on the ballot and ran for mayor. Adachi recently made headlines by joining other public defenders in a "Black Lives Matter" rally. We'll talk with him his track record as public defender and his vision for criminal justice reform.
Recently on Forum:
With long lines, high prices and endless options, eating out can be an intimidating endeavor. We gather some local chefs to talk about their favorite places. From budget bites to curated cuisine, we'll discuss new trends in the ever-evolving Bay Area food scene.
From President Obama's executive decisions on Cuba and immigration to the indictments of California senators Calderon and Yee, we'll review this year's political high and lows. What do you think was the biggest political story of 2014?