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Kerr favors shorter season

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Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr advocates for 72-game seasons. Kerr sat Steph Curry, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins on Friday night. Curry played 43 minutes and scored 29 points in the Warriors' 121-118 loss to the Celtics. Kerr: "I feel terrible for fans who buy tickets expecting to see someone play"
Published 2 months ago

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Warriors' Kerr favors shorter season to fix NBA "rest" issue

The defending NBA champions are ending a five-game trip with their best players on the bench. Following an overtime loss in Boston on Thursday, the Golden State Warriors sat superstar

2 months ago·United States
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Warriors' Steve Kerr repeats call for shorter NBA season as he defends sitting Steph Curry, others vs. Cavaliers

Despite being a game under .500, the Warriors decided to hold out Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins and James Wiseman in Cleveland.

2 months ago
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Warriors Coach Steve Kerr Details Why He’ll Continue Pushing for Shorter NBA Season

Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Andrew Wiggins were given Friday off after playing heavy minutes on Thurday night.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Warriors' Kerr favours shorter season to fix NBA's "rest" issue

CLEVELAND (AP) — Steve Kerr doesn’t like being the bad guy, and empathizes with fans who get upset when NBA teams rest star players. Golden State’s coach has a solution — less games. Following the Warriors’ overtime loss in Boston on Thursday night, Kerr sat superstar Steph Curry along with starters Draymond Green, Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins on Friday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Curry, who recently returned after missing 11 game…

2 months ago·Canada
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Kerr favors shorter season

CLEVELAND — Steve Kerr doesn’t like being the bad guy, and empathizes with fans who get upset when NBA teams rest star players.

2 months ago·Billings, United States
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Warriors' Kerr favors shorter season to fix NBA "rest" issue

CLEVELAND (AP) — Steve Kerr doesn't like being the bad guy, and empathizes with fans who get upset when NBA teams rest star players. Golden State's coach has a solution — less games.

2 months ago
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