Bob Myers and Steve Kerr said all the right things in the Warriors’ end-of-season press conferences, Monday. That was expected. But simply acknowledging in a public forum that the Warriors need to add more veterans and embrace the run-and-gun style of their late-season success won’t make it so. 1,076 more wordsKurtenbach: The Warriors can’t make the same mistake again this offseason — Red Bluff Daily News
Steve Kerr’s decision to change the starting lineup paid off as the Warriors got out to an early lead and led wire-to-wire in their 130-108 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves Monday night at Chase Center. With the previous starting lineup featuring rookie James Wiseman at center struggling, Kerr swapped Wiseman for Kevon Looney in the…Decision to change starting lineup pays off in Warriors’ win over Timberwolves — Monterey Herald
The insurrection by supporters of President Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol weighed heavily on the minds of members of the Golden State Warriors, coming just hours before the team tipped-off against the Los Angeles Clippers Wednesday night.Steve Kerr, Draymond Green Rail Against Trump-Fueled Insurrection Before Warriors-Clippers Game — CBS San Francisco
Warriors coach Steve Kerr described Klay Thompson’s injury as devastating. Here’s how he thinks the team moves on from here.Steve Kerr on Klay Thompson’s injury, Kelly Oubre’s fit and the Warriors getting back ‘in the mix’ — Santa Cruz Sentinel
Warriors coach Steve Kerr, an active voice on social issues and causes, handed in his ballot on Saturday morning at Chase Center.It was quite the scene.The coach who has led Golden State to three NBA championships and five trips to the Finals posed for pictures with fans and handed out “I voted” stickers.“It’s just a…Warriors coach Steve Kerr hands in his ballot at Chase Center — East Bay Times
With many sports and team practices sidelined because of the coronavirus pandemic, many athletes are turning to online coaching and training. eCoach is working with NBA coaches to offer athletes online training from a world class coach.Steve Kerr and Other Top NBA Coaches Are Offering Virtual Coaching During the Pandemic — NBC10 Philadelphia
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr is “excited” Doc Rivers is back in the NBA after being hired as the Philadelphia Sixers head coach.Steve Kerr reacts to Philadelphia 76ers hiring Doc Rivers as next head coach — Warriors Wire
After falling to the Denver Nuggets with a 3-1 series lead in the second round of the NBA Playoffs, the Los Angeles Clippers decided to move on from Doc Rivers as their head coach. However, it didn’t take the former Coach of the Year to find a new home.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the Philadelphia 76ers have agreed to make Rivers their next head coach. The 76ers fired Brett Brown after getting swept in the first round of the Orlando Bubble playoffs by the Boston Celtics.
Following the news of Rivers joining the Sixers, Steve Kerr was asked about his former Pacific Division rival at Golden State’s offseason minicamp. In a post-scrimmage interview with Bay Area media, Kerr said he was “excited” Rivers is back in the league.
Kerr via Warriors SoundCloud:
I’m excited for Doc and for the Sixers. He’s a great coach, as I mentioned the other day, he’s great for the league. So I’m happy that he’s quickly back in the NBA. He’s important for the league and for the rest of the coaches.
During his tenure as head coach of the Clippers, Rivers squared off against the Warriors 27 times, totaling a record of 8-19. Rivers and the Clippers appeared opposite of Golden State twice in the postseason, each winning a series. In the 2014 opening round, Rivers and the Clippers advanced past the Warriors seven games. Before taking a trip to the NBA Finals in 2019, the Warriors eliminated the Clippers from the first round of the Western Conference postseason in six games.
Instead of matchup up with Rivers on the Clippers sidelines four times a year in the Pacific Division, Kerr will now only meet the championship-winning coach twice a season in the Eastern Conference.
After Stephen Curry’s return to the court Thursday after 58 games, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said he knew last summer that the Warriors wouldn’t be the same team.Warriors coach Steve Kerr after Curry’s comeback: ‘We’re never going to be the team we were’ — Santa Cruz Sentinel
The Warriors never considered shutting down Stephen Curry, Jordan Poole will stay in his role, Draymond Green throws shade at Rockets, and updates to the Golden State rosterSteve Kerr on Steph Curry’s coming return: ‘Our fans deserve it’ — Marin Independent Journal