I voted yes, absolutely.
But I also hate entitlement, and I think by coming to a forum you're obviously risking/asking to see spoilers. I don't personally understand why someone would feel like they can/should browse forums and read about basketball, before they're up to date on all their basketball; you make your own luck (and I think the poll might be worded or biased in a way that makes people want to vote for the no option).
I also typically prefer things unregulated and uncensored (I'm an American and I prefer freedom), but again, by coming to this forum I'm agreeing to regulation and censorship, which are absolutely necessary in my opinion (and I'd say both are done well and fairly by our mods). Internet forums are certainly not the place for complete freedom/anarchy and I accept that we need to give the mods the power to censor (which luckily they do without corruption).
In this case, however, do people really NEED to say "SA beats GSW 87-79" in the title, and is it such an inconvenience to instead put "Spurs/Warriors game" in the title and then "SA beats GSW 87-79" in the OP? Is it really so important that it's seen in the title and not after someone opens the thread?
Only reason I really care and voted yes, is because sometimes I'll DVR a Celtics game, then wake up the next morning exhausted (or occasionally, still drunk), and I instinctively go to these forums as part of my every morning routine, forgetting there was a Celtics game the night before.
And even though I sound like the Slowski's complaining about internet that's too fast, I remember within a second of clicking the tab that I hadn't seen the game yet, but about half the time that's too late and the spoiler is etched in my brain as I race for Alt-F4 to close it out.
Yes, I'm an idiot. I probably shouldn't be voting for any more censorship than necessary, and should train myself to be smarter instead. But I voted yes. I don't think it's something I'll ever be able to stop doing. I understand this would affect the forum as a news source, but I guess that's an okay trade-off for me (perhaps I'm naive).