Leave it to the Golden State Warriors to turn perhaps their most uproarious night of the season into something laughable and, if we’re all in this together, learnable. Aww.
GSW coach Steve Kerr was ejected partway through the third quarter of his team’s eventual 109-106 overtime loss to the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night, a near-home defeat pitched in the sometimes-friendly confines of Sacramento’s home building. After a series of either-way calls went against the Warriors, followed by a Draymond Green technical foul, Kerr went troppo on his way off of the court on Saturday night:
Neither the Kings or Warriors exactly took off in Kerr’s absence, with the Warriors being helmed by lead assistant (and former Cavaliers, twice, and Lakers head coach) Mike Brown. The game went on to overtime, where Stephen Curry could not provide the heroics in the finalRead More »from Steve Kerr ejected and Draymond Green, Kevin Durant argue in a loss, but the Warriors are fine