Steve Kerr claims Warriors’ dynastic trio still has juice for years to come

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Steve Kerr has ruled out the prospect of coaching the Warriors' dynastic trio for the last time and believes all three still have a lot left in them.

Warriors coach joins 95.7 Sports' “Willard & Dibs” to discuss 's three-games-to-one Western Conference semifinal series loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday and was asked whether he considered the possibility of coaching Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green for the last time. If the Warriors were to lose any of the remaining three possible games they would seek to stave off elimination.

“No, no. Never crossed my mind,” Kerr said confidently. “I played on them [Chicago] The Bulls , “The Last Dance,” I can tell you from experience, although now everyone says ‘Why didn't they put that team together?' That party is done, that party is finished. There was nothing left in the tank emotionally, mentally. I don't feel the same way about this team at all, I think these guys, Steph, Clay, Drummond, have a lot to give in the years to come. I never stopped to think about it again.”

There is still a lot left in the tank for both the short-term and long-term Warriors. All four of Curry, Thompson, Green and Andrew Wiggins recorded more than 37 minutes on the court for the Warriors. Game 4 loss to the Lakers on Monday nightWith Thompson (41) and Curry (41) both taking 40 minutes.

With Tuesday an off day, the Warriors decided to cancel their morning shoot-around before the game on Wednesday, giving their players extra rest for a crucial Game 5 at the Chase Center.

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“It's not sustainable over 82 games, but when the come around, these guys are in incredible shape and we make sure every second spent between games is spent preparing for the next one, taking care of their bodies, be spent staying off the feet. ,” Kerr explained. “These guys are resting today and we won't have a shoot-around tomorrow morning, so they'll have a good 48 hours between games. By the time Game 5 starts tomorrow, they'll have all the energy they need.” needed.”

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The Warriors will definitely need all the rest they can get as they look to win three games in a row complete impossible withdrawal,

However, if Golden State's season pans out, Kerr is confident that his Hall-of-Fame trio will compete for another championship next season.

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