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Steve Kerr
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Born: 09/27/65
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:179 lbs. / 81.6 kg.
Earnings: $15,695,000 ($28,370,708*)
Kirk Lacob: I was very aware of how hard it is to get into the NBA. Before we bought the team — the timing is unbelievable. I’m incredibly fortunate. I had literally just graduated college when we bought the team that summer. In my senior year, I had gotten in touch with and interviewed with Steve Kerr, who was the GM of the Suns at the time, and I had actually been offered an internship with the Suns for the next year in the video room. So I was planning on doing that and I was so pumped. I was like ‘I’m gonna get a chance to be in the NBA. I’m gonna prove everyone, I’m gonna move up. Blah, blah, blah.’ And then he resigned. It was May and because I was on a quarter system, I obviously hadn’t started yet. I was gonna finish school there in June. So he called me and said, ‘I’m really sorry, but you’re not gonna be able to do this internship because I’m leaving and I doubt the new person is gonna want an intern who hasn’t started yet’. I said, ‘No, Steve, I get it. This is how life works. It was an amazing opportunity. And now I don’t have it and I’ll look for the next one.’

Steve Kerr: Nikola Jokic probably should win MVP again

As of right now, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a consensus in the MVP conversation that doesn’t favor Jokic winning for the second season in a row. Warriors coach Steve Kerr appears to have made up his mind. “We played against the reigning MVP, who probably should win it again,” Kerr told reporters after the game. “I don’t have a vote, but Jokic is just an unbelievable player and was spectacular tonight. He makes all of his teammates better. He makes defense so difficult because no matter what you do, he’s got a counter for it. He’s playing the game at such an easy pace and things look so smooth for him out there. With our defense already coming into this game struggling, he’s a tough guy to face when you’re not well-connected at that end of the floor.”
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On Sunday, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Green could return in the next seven to 10 days. Several members of the Warriors organization told ESPN that Green’s return was nearing, and Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said he was “optimistic” the former Defensive Player of the Year would be back soon. “He’s done really well with his rehab,” Kerr said ahead of Golden State’s game against the Denver Nuggets on Monday. “I got a report today that he got another rehab session in on the court. And he’s had about a week, a week and a half now of being on the court, getting a lot of shots ups, scrimmaging. So he’s feeling a lot better and is coming along.