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Steve Kerr disrespects Suns by letting players coach

14 February, 2018, 19:29 | Author: John Swanson
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The Warriors haven't gotten off to the best starts as of late, and as part of an interesting tactic to get players involved and engaged early, head coach Steve Kerr handed the timeout coaching duties over to the players during Monday night's matchup against the Phoenix Suns.

As the game progressed, David West would also get a turn with the clipboard, as would Draymond Green, who was sitting out the game with a sprained finger. Rather than going through his usual work coaching the team, he chose to allow his players to do the work for him.

For months, everything has gone almost ideal for the National Basketball Association with their ratings shooting out of a cannon, star players moving, impact trades, and entertaining games nightly to top it all off. I have not reached them for the last month.

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The Warriors' third consecutive win to close a four-game homestand came despite a second straight impressive performance by the Suns' Elfrid Payton, who led all scorers with 29 points. But at a time the Warriors struggled trying in forgettable February game, the Warriors finally found some objective.

"We just figured it's probably a good night to pull a trick out of the hat and do something different", Kerr said.

Kerr added he didn't think the tactic was a big deal but that "it's the world we live in so everyone is going to debate it and whether it's a controversy or not it has to become one I guess". It's emotionally draining for these guys to play night after night, people coming after them.

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At first, it appeared the Warriors would once again deliver a disappointing performance, as Golden State trailed the Suns 20-15 with 3:22 left in the first quarter. The Warriors won partly because they coached themselves. "But tonight they needed a new voice".

"I was trying to be aggressive on the inbounds", LaVine said.

Visit SportsLine now to see which side of Suns-Warriors you should be all over Monday from the expert who is 19-9 ATS on picks involving these teams. I just feel like when we are focused we are really tough to beat. They lost back-to-back games, three of four and four of 10 - all for the first time during the 2017-18 campaign. The over is also 35-16 in Phoenix's last 51 games against an opponent with a win percentage above.600.

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"Usually I say everything I need to say in the huddle before he gets there, so when he comes, he can have the stage", the three-time All-Star said.

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