Steve Kerr Rumors

Multiple coaches, however, have yet to see the benefit of the challenge. Asked what improvements he might make, Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr said, “I would tweak it by getting rid of it altogether. “In fact, I would get rid of all replay if it were up to me, because these stoppages in play just aren’t good for the game,” Kerr told Yahoo Sports. (FYI: His five successful challenges so far trail only Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens.) “I’d rather see a good flow in the game. We stop the game for so many reasons, and yet even with replay, we don’t get all the calls right. It’s impossible to get all the calls right in the NBA. It’s such a fast game, and there are so many bang-bang calls that could go either way, so even with replay you see plays on tape all the time that you think you got a raw deal on. In my mind, there should be no replay. “We should just live with the results,” added Kerr.
Connor Letourneau: Steve Kerr on why he’s going to Michigan State tomorrow for Draymond Green’s jersey retirement: “One of the things I love about Draymond is I know how much Michigan State means to him. His loyalty to his school is a big part of who he is and a big part of what he’s meant to the Warriors. This is a league whom routinely you get guys after they spent four months on a college campus and then they’re gone. Draymond spent four years playing for Tom Izzo and gave millions of dollars to that school. He left his heart and soul on that court wearing the green and white. So, for me, it’s a great example of what he’s done for us. We’re probably going to retire his jersey in San Francisco someday. I love the fact that he’s no loyal to his school. That’s his foundation, that’s his rock. We’ve been the beneficiary of everything Coach Izzo and the school did feu-Draymond. It’ll be nice for me to be there. I know Bob (Myers) and Joe (Lacob) feel the same way. “