Steve Kerr on the similarities between the Warriors and the “Last Dance” bull
Steve Kerr is too familiar with sports dynasties.
He was a member of the legendary Chicago Bulls of 1993-98 and champion of the San Antonio Spurs in 1999 and 2003.
Fast forward 20 years, Kerr is now the coach of one of the greatest basketball dynasties since the Bulls.
Kerr tried his best to tell the 2018-19 Golden State Warriors to enjoy this journey. This news is similar to Phil Jackson’s “last dance” for the 1997-98 Bulls.
“To be honest [the documentary] It just confirmed what I said to our team last year and 2018, “Kerr told ESPN’s Nick Friedell.
“This year’s entire information exchange is based on my experience in Chicago and how tired I am. [and] Emotional loss over the past four years … Therefore, watching this video now only reminds us that it is very difficult to maintain this state. “
This was achieved when the Warriors fell to the Toronto Raptors in the 2019 NBA Finals last year.
It can be said that his team performed better than the Bulls in 1998.
Warriors general manager Bob Meyers (Bob Meyers) is also difficult to maintain such a run.
Meyers said: “It’s really hard to win together.”
“It’s difficult to maintain relationships … In addition to keeping them together, there are many other ways to separate them.”
Meyers was not accused of disintegrating the team like Bulls general manager Jerry Krause.
Nevertheless, the Warriors still hope to regain the magic of the 2020-21 championship.
Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry come back after injuries and should have enough positions to remain competitive again.
Despite Kevin Durant’s departure, the Warriors still have a lot of work to return from their core positions for another game.
For Steve Kerr, fortunately, his team will not experience a disastrous defeat like the Bulls.