Steve Kerr Remains Defiant About Warriors' Dynasty Despite Ongoing Struggles

Photo: Instagram/Steve Kerr 

Despite the Golden State Warriors' less-than-stellar performance this season, head coach Steve Kerr remains defiant about the team's potential.

While the defending champions are currently sitting at sixth place in the Western Conference with a record of 36-34, Kerr believes that their core players, including Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green, still have a lot left in the tank.

Despite their ongoing struggles on the road, Kerr is confident that the team can still make a run for the title.

Photo: Instagram/Steve Kerr 

During an interview on 95.7 The Game, Kerr said that he knows the Warriors are going through a difficult season, but he is not ready to close the book on the team's dynasty just yet.

Curry, who is a front-runner for the MVP award this year, has been leading the charge for the Warriors, and Thompson has been averaging 24.5 points per game with above-average efficiency over the past 40 games.

Green's play has also been strong on both offense and defense.

While the team has faced several challenges this season, including Andrew Wiggins' multiple absences and Jordan Poole's stalled development, Kerr believes that their core players still have what it takes to win championships.

He acknowledges that the team needs to address certain issues, such as their inconsistent defense and lack of depth, but he remains optimistic about their future.

With the playoffs fast approaching, Kerr and the rest of the Warriors know that they need to step up their game if they want to repeat as champions.

However, with Curry, Thompson, and Green leading the charge, the team remains a formidable opponent.

Whether they will be able to overcome their challenges and win another championship remains to be seen, but Kerr is not giving up hope just yet.

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Source: Clutch Points


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