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SportWarriors coach Steve Kerr on East trades: 'I see them all trying to steal the throne'

20:05  10 february  2019
20:05  10 february  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Kerr addressed the movement in the East at the trade deadline and expressed he's still confident the Warriors have what it takes to bring home another title. “ I see them all trying to steal the throne ,” Kerr told reporters Friday, via NBC Bay Area. “That’s the whole idea.

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Steve Kerr is fully aware Eastern Conference teams are doing everything they can to knock off the defending back-to-back champion Warriors when it comes time for the playoffs.

Kerr addressed the movement in the East at the trade deadline and expressed he's still confident the Warriors have what it takes to bring home another title.

“I see them all trying to steal the throne,” Kerr told reporters Friday, via NBC Bay Area. “That’s the whole idea. The whole thing in the NBA is if you’ve got a chance to win a title, if you’ve got a team that has an opportunity, you go for it.

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Steve Kerr , head coach of the Golden State Warriors , has become a go-to voice in sports for matters of bigger meaning. He started to cry. “ I see all these, the nicest people, who I met and they were showing us around the base and just trying to do their jobs and keep the peace.

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“I like our chances, in terms of what we’re about and what we’re capable of."

The 76ers started making moves by acquiring Tobias Harris from the Clippers and then added Jonathon Simmons and James Ennis to their bench at the deadline after acquiring Jimmy Butler earlier this season. The Raptors added center Marc Gasol to play alongside Kawhi Leonard, while the Bucks traded for Nikola Mirotic to compliment Giannis Antetokounmpo.

“It’s about as wild of a day as I can ever remember, trade deadline-wise,” Kerr said. “There’s always a handful of deals, but I don’t remember anything like that. With everybody in the East loading up, it’s definitely an interesting time in the NBA.”

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Kerr was the head coach for the Western Conference All-Stars in New Orleans last month. He witnessed up close the complete disregard of players failing to attempt to make even the most I mean, I saw guys in that game purposely not stealing the ball even though it was thrown right to them .

And his head coach , Steve Kerr , agreed. The Warriors have won the championship three times in the last four Teams in the East have strengthened before the trade window, with the Philadelphia 76ers recruiting Tobias Harris “ I see them all trying to steal the throne , that’s the whole idea,” he said.

The Bucks hold a 41-13 record, the best not only in the Eastern Conference but also in the NBA. The Raptors are second in the East, sitting 40-16, while the 76ers are 35-20 and fifth.

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