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Steve Kerr
Club
Golden State Warriors
Nationality
Date Of Birth
Position
Manager
  • @DrewMaddux: Steve Kerr on what made Michael Jordan so special: “His will to win. Everyday was a battle - whether it was a scrimmage -…

  • @MarkG_Medina: Steve Kerr processes all the interesting turn of events that led to the Warriors’ win over the Kings https://t.co/fRkOmtr

  • @JohnGasaway: Steve Kerr still holds the record for best 3FG% in a season (57.3, minimum 100 makes). Tony Bennett still holds the reco…

  • @DeuceMason: Steve Kerr on the job Dave Joerger has done: "I would say Dave is one of the most clever coaches with his half court sets,…

  • This is the part that techn-utopians miss about healthcare. They don't appreciate the severe harm from overtesting leading t…
    15 Dec @ 5PM

  • Last night was the first time that the Warriors won a regular-season game in which they trailed by at least 10 points wi…
    15 Dec @ 4PM

  • Steve Kerr on the near collapse, then frantic comeback in Sacramento, noted the six second half illegal screen turnover…
    15 Dec @ 6AM

  • Steve Kerr: Keep your head in the game. Steph: (via @NBA) https://t.co/Z9IaFXoqnT
    15 Dec @ 2AM

  • Steve Kerr subbing out a player that has potential to break a scoring record https://t.co/lVYV7xqPR6
    14 Dec @ 11PM

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Curry, Thompson help Warriors beat Kings 130-125

    Golden State coach Steve Kerr praised his team's smothering defense for providing the spark it needed to bounce back from a disappointing loss. Not much is coming easy for the two-time defending NBA champs this season, not even on a night when they got another big night from the All-Star trio of Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson. Thompson made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 38.5 seconds left, Curry added four free throws down the stretch and the Warriors ended the game on a big run after a sluggish start to the fourth quarter, beating the Sacramento Kings 130-125 on Friday night.
    15 Dec @ 10AM

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  • Steve Kerr feels 'really good' about where Warriors stand right now

    We're where we need to be," the Warriors coach told Tom Tolbert and John Lund on KNBR 680. "It's not the same -- there's a different vibe, a different feeling. And that's what we have to navigate as a coaching staff.
    15 Dec @ 9AM

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  • Warriors won't take surging Kings lightly

    The Sacramento Kings have captured the attention of the Golden State Warriors as the Northern California rivals prepare to meet Friday night for the first of two times in the next 23 days. The Kings (15-12) will take the court having won two in a row, including 141-130 over Minnesota on Wednesday night to move within three games of the Warriors (19-10) in the Pacific Division standings. That's quite a feat for a franchise that has finished 38, 40, 35 and 31 games behind the Warriors in the four-year Steve Kerr era, and was already 12 1/2 games behind on this date one year ago.
    14 Dec @ 5AM

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  • Advance scout: Steve Kerr doesn't run a single play from Phil Jackson

    Advance scout: Steve Kerr doesn't run a single play from Phil Jackson originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com Programming note: Watch tonight's Warriors-Raptors game streaming live at 7:30 p.m. PT on the MyTeams app. Steve Kerr played for Phil Jackson for five seasons and has repeatedly said that the "Zen Master" has had an influence on his coaching philosophies.
    14 Dec @ 3AM

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  • Andre Iguodala won't play vs. Raptors as Steve Kerr's plan comes too late

    Andre Iguodala won't play vs. Raptors as Steve Kerr's plan comes too late originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com OAKLAND – Warriors coach Steve Kerr had a reasonable plan, but the day he finally felt comfortable unveiling it was too late for Andre Iguodala. Because of injuries elsewhere on the roster, Iguodala had played in excess of 20 minutes for 15 consecutive games for the first time in nearly two years. Kerr knew Iguodala was overdue for a rest and vowed to oblige.
    13 Dec @ 6AM

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