Steve Kerr Expects Warriors to be Better This Year

Brunilde Fioravanti
Settembre 24, 2017

Obviously the team did well without Kerr taking part directly in coaching throughout the playoffs.

"Who knows?" Kerr said, via The San Jose Mercury News.

Considering how the Warriors have lost just four of the 54 games Kerr has missed, they will probably survive if their head coach does opt to sit some games out to fully recover from his condition. His problems stem from an operation he underwent following the Warriors' 2015 NBA Finals win. The surgeries caused him to miss the first 43 games of the 2015-16 season. He admits he's still not 100 percent.

If it makes Kerr feel any better, the Warriors enter the season as the overwhelming favorites to repeat as National Basketball Association champions, according to Las Vegas sportsbooks. And Kerr isn't backing away from those expectations either, as he believes the Warriors will be even better in 2017-18.

Kerr missed a good portion of Golden State's playoff run dealing with painful symptoms that kept him from being with his team. "We're deeper. As I talked about, the continuity is really important". Three years in a row in the Finals, trying to make it a fourth. "It's a long haul, so we're going to have to navigate the season, pace ourselves but not lose our edge, and that's the balance we're looking for".

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