Steve Kerr provides update on long-term future with the Warriors

Earlier in the season, Steve Kerr agreed to a two-year contract extension. Regardless of whether he leads the Golden State Warriors to a fifth title or not, the seasoned head coach is unsure of whether he will continue on after signing that new contract.

Kerr made these remarks in a recent NBC Sports Bay Area interview. As long as the players in his experienced core are still playing, the veteran head coach will probably stay with Golden State. Together, they have accomplished amazing success, but they also have the option to part ways at any moment.

“But there’s going to come a time and maybe it’s in two years when my contract is up,” Kerr said. “Maybe that’s the time when it’s time for me to move on and time for the Warriors to seek new blood and new ideas. We’ll both know when that time comes. I can tell you one thing: It will be a very amicable parting of the ways, whenever that happens.”

In 2014, Kerr was appointed head coach of the Warriors. With 519 victories in 793 regular-season games under his management, he has a 65.4% win percentage. In 140 postseason games, he has also led the team in wins (99) and losses (41). In addition, he will be the captain of Team USA in the 2024 Olympics in Paris, where he may take home a gold medal.

The NBA will lose one of the greatest head coaches of his generation when Kerr decides to end his career. And finding a replacement for him will be a challenging challenge for the Warriors.






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