How confident is he that he’ll be able to coach all season? “I fully expect to coach all year,” Kerr says in a no-nonsense tone. “That’s my expectation. And for many years to come.” He says that getting back to the demands and pressures of the job when training camp opens won’t be a problem. “No, I don’t look at it that way,” Kerr says. “I enjoy what I do; I don’t look at it like a grind and pressure. I’m looking forward to getting back in the gym.”
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No coach ever stops coaching, even in the offseason. Kerr says he spends at minimum a couple of hours a day on Warriors business. “I’m on the phone, talking to (general manager) Bob Myers, talking to our coaches and to different people. Writing down thoughts, putting together plans for our coaching retreat (before training camp). It might be just something that pops into my head, where I just stop and write something down. But I’m not Jon Gruden (famous workaholic), I’m not waking up at five in the morning and going to the film room (laugh).”
Kevin Durant has become newly outspoken since winning his first NBA championship, returning to his once-loved feistiness on social media. Britt McHenry has become newly outspoken since departing from ESPN, often espousing conservative viewpoints she said she kept under wraps during her time at the worldwide leader. Circumstances brought these two together on Twitter Friday afternoon,
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