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  • Steve Kerr
    Team, Golden State Warriors

    The Warriors team officials are saying that minority investor Mark Stevens will not be attending any remaining NBA Finals games after shoving Kyle Lowry on the sidelines in Game 3 Wednesday night.

    The NBA and team are still investigating the matter at hand. Video evidence clearly showed a fan shoving Lowry after he dove out of bounds attempting to make a save. Anytime fans put their hands on athletes in a game setting is despicable and nothing about an opposing owner shoving a player says just a series suspension is acceptable. We expect to see more disciplinary actions handed out moving forward.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Steve Kerr
    Team, Golden State Warriors

    Head coach Steve Kerr told the media that “everything is on the table” ahead of Game 6 on Friday night against the Clippers.

    The Warriors have struggled in ending this series against a very solid Clippers team. The Warriors coaching staff will make any necessary adjustments for Friday’s Game 6 so that they can end the series and focus on the playing the Rockets in the next round. We should expect some changes to the rotation but this may only be coach speak. Expect some minor adjustments ahead of Game 6.

    Source: Mark Medina on Twitter

  • Steve Kerr
    Team, Golden State Warriors

    The Warriors have announced a contract extension for coach Steve Kerr.

    This was rumored to be in the works and it's now official, though the team didn't disclose the terms of the deal. Kerr has had an otherworldly start to his coaching career, and while some of his tactical and lineup decisions are questionable he deserves tons of credit for fostering Golden State's culture of openness and collaboration. He also gets credit for managing a number of superstar egos in the spotlight. The Warriors remain championship favorites, and will hold that mantle until their roster gets too expensive for ownership to handle.

    Source: Warriors PR on Twitter

  • Steve Kerr
    Coach, Golden State Warriors

    ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Warriors coach Steve Kerr is finalizing his contract extension that will make him one of the highest paid coaches in the NBA.

    Kerr is in the final year of his 5-year/$25 million contract. While the details of the new deal aren’t clear, it’s clear Kerr deserves it after leading the Warriors to four straight Finals, winning three of them while juggling the personalities and preferences of Draymond Green and Kevin Durant. This deal should lock Kerr up long term as they look to build off their already impressive run and continue their dynastic goals.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Steve Kerr
    Team, Golden State Warriors

    The Warriors will work out six players on Tueday, all between the height of 6'5" and 6'8".

    The complete list can be found in Mark Medina's tweet linked. With Swaggy P likely on his way out the door the Warriors will look to add a "three and d" player. The Warriors own the 28th pick in Thursday's draft and could buy a second-round pick like they did last year with Jordan Bell.

    Source: Mark Medina on Twitter

  • Steve Kerr
    Team, Golden State Warriors

    Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob said that they intend to sign Steve Kerr to a contract extension this summer.

    In his four seasons as an NBA head coach, Steve Kerr has amassed an incredible 265-63 (80.8%) regular season coaching record and has won a title in three of four seasons so this news is pretty obvious. Kerr has had some health issues but was able to coach all 82 games this year after missing time in each of the previous two seasons due to back issues following a 2015 surgery. The Warriors' core group will remain intact next year and they will be the clear favorites to win it again in 2019 to add to Kerr's already impressive resume.

    Source: ESPN.com

  • Stephen Curry
    PG, Golden State Warriors

    Steve Kerr said Steph Curry’s ankle is not 100 percent healthy and “a summer will ultimately do him some good.”

    Curry has dealt with multiple ankle injuries this season, and has his reputation of ankle injuries, so it is not surprising that he’s less than 100 percent right now. Don’t be surprised if Curry is rested as the playoffs are getting closer every day and the Warriors seem content with being locked in as the two seed in the West.

    Source: Anthony Slater on Twitter

  • Steve Kerr still getting evaluated on a daily…

    Steve Kerr will be evaluated on a daily basis according to Warriors general manager Bob Myers. Kerr's back won't become a storyline unless the Warriors start to struggle.  Regardless, we're rooting for the coach to…