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Steve Kerr shares honest thoughts on Warriors season

Steve Kerr is hopeful for the rest of the season



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This season hasn’t been great for the Golden State Warriors, but if the season ended today, they would make it into the play-in tournament. However, that is far from the goals that the team actually have. The Warriors won a championship very recently, and they still have a lot of the same players from that team. The past two seasons just haven’t been the same.

The Warriors are currently in 10th place in the Western Conference as they are 34-31 with about a month left in the season. Steph Curry is currently out for Golden State, but head coach Steve Kerr is hoping to get him back soon. Despite the struggles this season, Kerr still thinks that the season can end with success.

“The season it really is a marathon… I still have no doubt that this team can get on a great run and make a good push,” Steve Kerr said, according to an article from Sports Illustrated. “I still like who our team is. We’re hoping to get Steph back for Saturday. I like the team a lot better now than I did a couple months ago, where we were really sorting through a lot of things. I think we have an identity, I think we know who we are, I think we’ll bounce back here, and I’m excited about the last part of the season.”

Golden State will take on the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday night, so it would be huge if Steph Curry can return for that contest. The Lakers are currently in ninth place in the West and the team right above the Warriors in the standings.

If the standings hold up like they are now, we could see the Warriors and Lakers battle it out in the play-in tournament. It isn’t where you expect them to meet it in the postseason, but it would be entertaining.

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