Bob Myers Rumors

“(Draymond Green) said, ‘What the expletive is your problem?’ Then he said, ‘I have to hear about this expletive on the internet? You didn’t expletive tell me about it.’ “I called him and I said, ‘OK. Alright. Calm down.’ He said, ‘I need his number. I need to talk to him,’ and so I gave it to Draymond. He’s kind of like our team mom, in a way.”
General manager Bob Myers said Monday that Kerr would have time off as needed in the coming weeks to find more options to better his long-term health, and Kerr said he would be traveling to do so. “I think at the point we’re at now, it’s what makes you 5-10-15 percent better? And that’s what he’s going to pursue and explore with our blessing,” Myers said. “The hope is he got back to the place he was prior to leaving in Portland, which is not where he wants to be but he can coach. There’s a little bit of a misconception that stepping away would help him heal. And I tried to dispel that and you should ask him, because I think even he gets a little offended at the notion of, `Just step away and go get better.’ I said this before, this is where he feels the best, which may be counterintuitive to what people think. It’s not that the job diminishes him in any way. Actually, the job, I would say, propels him.”
Just like last year — when they purchased a pick from the Bucks in the second round and snagged Patrick McCaw — he has the go ahead from ownership to buy a pick if the scenario makes sense. “In there on our board we have a ‘B’ next to our players who we would buy a pick for, in red,” Myers said, pointing up toward his office. “So there are guys we would buy a pick for. If you snuck in there, it would be fun to see.”