Steve Kerr Headlines

  • Bad news, NBA teams: With DeMarcus Cousins on the court, the Warriors look unstoppable

    Cousins's promising debut begs the question: Is Golden State better than ever?

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  • Boogie Cousins overcomes nerves in 1st game with Warriors

    DeMarcus Cousins was nervous. His stomach felt tight and filled with butterflies. He grabbed his phone and fired off texts to family and friends. He talked to his brother and sister. Golden State coach Steve Kerr and the rest of the Warriors reassured Cousins it wasn't just about Friday

    ABC News
  • Boogie Cousins overcomes nerves in 1st game with Warriors

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - DeMarcus Cousins was nervous. His stomach felt tight and filled with butterflies. He grabbed his phone and fired off texts to family and friends. He talked to his brother and sister. Golden State coach Steve Kerr and the rest of the Warriors reassured Cousins it wasn't

    The Washington Times
  • Despite fouling out, Cousins impresses in debut as Warriors beat Clippers

    LOS ANGELES - The Warriors' bench erupted into applause with 8:51 left in their 112-94 win over the Clippers at Staples Center on Friday night. As DeMarcus Cousins, grinning, joined them on the sideline, Golden State reserves stood to high-five him and pat him on the back. Never mind that Cousins had needed only 15 minutes to foul out. In his first game back from a torn left Achilles tendon that had sidelined him almost a year, Cousins showed flashes of his dominance, no doubt further worrying...

    SFGate
  • Warriors beat Clippers 112-94; Boogie fouls out of debut

    Stephen Curry scored 28 points, DeMarcus Cousins added 14 before fouling out of his Warriors debut after being sidelined for nearly a year, and Golden State pulled away in the third quarter to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 112-94 on Friday night for its seventh straight victory and sixth in a

    ABC News
  • Warriors News: Steve Kerr, DeMarcus Cousins Discuss Star's Minutes in Debut

    Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said DeMarcus Cousins will play in "short bursts" Friday night during his season debut against the Los Angeles Clippers , but noted

    Bleacher Report
  • DeMarcus Cousins wore a hoodie with a security tag on it — for fashion

    Eagle-eyed viewers watching Wednesday night's Warriors game saw an unusual fashion statement on the Golden State bench: On DeMarcus Cousins' black hoodie, looking like an unfortunate shopping mistake, was a security tag.

    SFGate
  • Stephen Curry scores 41 points as Warrior hold off Pelicans

    Stephen Curry stepped back time and again and released the ball from way back. Most of the time with at least one defender in his face, too. "It's insane what he does," coach Steve Kerr said. Curry scored 41 points with nine 3-pointers to become the first player in NBA history to make

    ABC News
  • NBA coaches put priority on their health to cope with grind

    Luke Walton began a wellness program for his Lakers coaching staff. Steve Kerr reached out to Steve Clifford after each spent significant time away from the sideline because of debilitating headaches and other symptoms. Coaches around the league are taking preventive measures to help deal

    ABC News
  • NBA coaches put priority on their health to cope with grind

    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Luke Walton began a wellness program for his Lakers coaching staff. Steve Kerr reached out to Steve Clifford after each spent significant time away from the sideline because of debilitating headaches and other symptoms. Coaches around the league are taking preventive measures to help deal with

    www.washingtontimes.com
  • All-Star vote process meant to stop Zaza may stop Wade again

    The NBA changed the All-Star voting process two years ago, in part to prevent Zaza Pachulia being elected a starter. Instead, it might keep Dwyane Wade from being one — again. Luka Doncic and Derrick Rose, too. Entering the last full week of balloting, Wade would be in a good position

    ABC News
  • Kerr on rookie Doncic: 'Looks like an All-Star'

    Coach Steve Kerr and Warriors players had high praise for Mavericks rookie Luka Doncic.

    ESPN.com
  • Steve Kerr on Luka Doncic's Rookie Season: 'I Think He's Already an All-Star'

    Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr is thoroughly impressed by what Dallas Mavericks guard Luka Doncic has accomplished during his rookie season

    Bleacher Report
  • Stars rest 4th quarter as Warriors rout Bulls

    As the Warriors built a dynasty, their All-Stars got accustomed to watching fourth quarters from the bench. Those late-game respites were vital for a team intent on playing deep into June annually. But as Golden State struggled to regain its usual dominance this season, Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green were forced to log more minutes than head coach Steve Kerr prefers. In Friday night's 146-109 rout of the Bulls at Oracle Arena, the Warriors freed up their core to...

    SFGate
  • DeMarcus Cousins Will Start in Warriors Debut, Return from Achilles Injury

    The Golden State Warriors are close to having one of the most ridiculous starting lineups in basketball history

    Bleacher Report
  • Warriors ride Klay Thompson 43-point gem to rout of Knicks

    Warriors forward Kevin Durant isn't sure why speculation has rat-a-tat-tatted for the past six months that he might sign with the Knicks next summer. "I just focus on playing ball every single day," Durant said after shoot-around Tuesday morning. "I can't control what people say about me, about my future or what I should do." In his last game against New York before he'll have the chance to opt out of his contract with Golden State, Durant saw just how much the Knicks could use him. Golden...

    SFGate
  • DeMarcus Cousins expected to make Warriors debut Jan. 18 vs. Clippers

    Center DeMarcus Cousins is expected to make his Warriors debut on Jan. 18 against the Clippers at Staples Center, a league source has confirmed with The Chronicle. Cousins had been eyeing a return from his torn left Achilles tendon at some point in February, but he moved up his target date after making significant strides in recent weeks. By coming back against the Clippers, he would have 36 regular-season games to get into a rhythm for the playoffs. News of Cousins’ plans came shortly after...

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  • Steve Kerr Says Warriors Haven't Reached Their Full Potential Yet This Season

    The Golden State Warriors have struggled to find much of a rhythm early on this season and currently sit at 25-14, but head coach Steve Kerr believes it's only a matter of time before the back-to-back defending champs hit their groove

    Bleacher Report