Steve Kerr dumbfounded by Stephen A. Smith's report on Jonathan Kuminga

Steve Kerr dumbfounded by Stephen A. Smith's report on Jonathan Kuminga

Main Rumors

Steve Kerr dumbfounded by Stephen A. Smith's report on Jonathan Kuminga

- by

In a podcast hosted by The Athletic’s Tim Kawakami, Kerr revealed that he and GM Bob Myers were perplexed by the rumblings about Jonathan Kuminga’s alleged behavior. “I know there was that weird report that came out, I think Stephen A. Smith said something about [Kuminga], and honestly, Bob [Myers] and I when that came out, called each other and asked each other ‘where did that come from?’” Kerr said. “Because it made no sense, because JK’s been great, he’s done everything we’ve asked of him, he’s worked hard, I enjoy coaching him. He’s right where he needs to be and he’s gotta just keep getting better every day. But we’re very happy with his summer and everything he’s committed to.”
Source: Jedd Pagaduan @ Clutch Points

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

BasketNews @BasketNews_com
The meetup of the masterminds 🧠
Steve Kerr 🤝 Jurgen Klopp
📸 @warriorsworld AM

The Ringer @ringernba
How will Steve Kerr approach coaching this season coming off the Warriors’ championship? #RealOnes
📼: PM

Dalton Johnson @DaltonJ_Johnson
Steve Kerr’s latest pre-Warriors training camp stop: Levi’s Stadium to talk with Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers…5:56 PM
The Ringer @ringernba
Let it be known, @Steve Kerr would have given @Logan Murdock BUCKETS back then. 😂 #RealOnes PM

Madeline Kenney @madkenney
Steve Kerr said he saw “inappropriate” conduct from Robert Sarver, but “never anything that suggested racism” during his time with the Suns.
Story by @AlexSimonSports… via @mercnews3:43 PM
Dalton Johnson @DaltonJ_Johnson
Breaking down Patrick Baldwin Jr., Kevon Looney, James Wiseman, Jonathan Kuminga and JaMychal Green
Watch the latest episode of Dubs Talk on YouTube…3:15 PM
The Ringer @ringernba
💯 This upcoming season
💯 How the Warriors plan to develop their younger players
💯 Story time
#RealOnes with @Steve Kerr: PM

Dalton Johnson @DaltonJ_Johnson
🚨 New Dubs Talk 🚨
Myself and @Monte Poole talk expectations for Patrick Baldwin Jr., Kevon Looney, James Wiseman, Jonathan Kuminga and JaMychal Green PM

Dalton Johnson @DaltonJ_Johnson
Jonathan Kuminga from the start of February to the end of the regular season: 12.9 ppg, 4.4 rpg, 54.1 FG%, 34.5 3P% and 71.6 FT% — all while playing 23.1 minutes per night
What’s next in Year 2?…2:10 PM
Marc Stein @TheSteinLine
Steve Kerr and the reigning champs from Golden State return to work earlier than most in #thisleague, but not before Kerr finally got a chance to spend a day with Liverpool’s Jürgen Klopp.
Full story AND more much via the Tuesday Newsletter Extravaganza:…10:57 AM

More on this storyline

Casual fans of the Warriors wouldn’t recognize this lineup. Steph Curry isn’t here. Neither are Klay Thompson nor Draymond Green. Among players, there are only a handful — James Wiseman, Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody mzost notably – and none of them will play in this game. The Warriors lost the most recent meeting — three years ago, before the pandemic — on a last-second shot. -via East Bay Times / September 21, 2022
There’s some anxiety when you enter San Quentin State Prison, even as a visitor, not knowing what awaits you inside the walls of one of the world’s most notorious places. It helps to be there with a group, in this case, the Golden State Warriors. Members of the team’s front office and coaching staff have been making an annual visit to San Quentin for most of the past 10 years to play pickup basketball against a prison team. -via East Bay Times / September 21, 2022
The roster is even thinner for the rematch. General manager Bob Myers, who played collegiately at UCLA and is said to have scored 40 points in one of these games, was sidelined this time with a nagging hip injury. Assistant coach Chris DeMarco, who stands 6-foot-7, was a late scratch. In their absence were four players making their San Quentin debuts: Warriors player development coach Hilton Armstrong, who stands 6-11 and was a first-round pick in the 2006 NBA draft; Santa Cruz Warriors assistant coach Noel Hightower, who stands 6-5 and played collegiately at a Division II school; and, for the first time, two women – Warriors manager of player rehabilitation Danielle Langford and data analyst Hannah Heiring. -via East Bay Times / September 21, 2022

, , , ,

To leave a comment, you will need to Sign in or create an account if you already have an account. Typed comments will be lost if you are not signed in.
More HoopsHype