Warriors Coach Steve Kerr Speaks At Hannah Boys’ Center

Riley Phelan, Max Handron, and Nicolas Spanger, Sports Writer & Sports Editors

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  Head coach of the Golden State Warriors, Steve Kerr, made a special appearance at Hanna Boys Center in Sonoma Valley on the first of October.  

  The Golden State Warriors recently won their third ring in four years and plan on joining the like of Michael Jordan’s Bulls and Bill Russell’s Celtics by winning the championship for a third year in a row this season.

  The Warriors added many new players to their roster this offseason, the most prominent being, all-star center, Demarcus Cousins. Kerr has big plans for Cousins this season, after he returns from achilles injury. When questioned about the current state of his team, Kerr stated, “I’m fine with the team I have right now.”

  Coach Kerr was further asked that if he could have one player in the NBA, who would he choose, and he simply responded, “My players are all that I need.”

  Kerr played for the University of Arizona and set a record for the best three point percentage in the NCAA with 57.3%. During his time in the NBA, Kerr played for six teams:the Chicago Bulls, Orlando Magic, Phoenix Suns, Portland Trail Blazers, and San Antonio Spurs.

  Kerr later shared special stories of the time he spent with NBA legend, Michael Jordan, during his seasons with the Chicago Bulls. When playing in the NBA, Kerr won three rings with the Chicago Bulls and two with the San Antonio Spurs.

  The tickets to attend this event to hear Kerr recite inside stories and information, sold out in nearly less than an hour.