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Relax kids....Curry ain’t going nowhere!

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Re: Relax kids....Curry ain’t going nowhere! 

Post#41 » by The-Power » Mon May 3, 2021 8:14 pm

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Comments like the above are symptomatic of why Kerr ticks me off.

No Steve. It's what you owe him AND that what you need to do.

You're so blinded that you can't even see that Kerr is phrasing it this way precisely to praise Curry.
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Re: Relax kids....Curry ain’t going nowhere! 

Post#42 » by shazam_guy » Mon May 3, 2021 8:18 pm

I can't remember when I've seen fans berate a coach or manager who's won as much for them as Kerr has. It's...well, it just seems weird. Or sometimes aggressively stupid.
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Re: Relax kids....Curry ain’t going nowhere! 

Post#43 » by and1GS » Mon May 3, 2021 8:46 pm

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Stephen Curry: Playing Whole Career With Warriors 'A Priority'

Stephen Curry can sign a contract extension with the Golden State Warriors during the offseason, or become a free agent after the 21-22 season.

Curry always reiterates that playing his whole career with the Warriors "is a priority."

"There's a heightened sense of urgency, as it should be, when you're a championship team that's trying to hold it together," Curry said. "Obviously, if you watched 'The Last Dance,' there's a lot of things in play in this league. Nothing is predictable. But that's what makes it fun.

"You have to have a perspective that you're good enough, capable enough to figure it out."

"He's so damn good we need to maximize him this stretch," Steve Kerr said. "You have to enjoy what he's doing as a fan, and appreciate what he's doing organizationally -- then do everything we can to build the best team around him. It's not like that's what we owe him, it's more like that's what we need to do."


Comments like the above are symptomatic of why Kerr ticks me off.

No Steve. It's what you owe him AND that what you need to do.


The irony of you haranguing Steve for poor syntax is not lost on me buddy. #ThatWhatYouNeedToDo
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Re: Relax kids....Curry ain’t going nowhere! 

Post#44 » by WarriorGM » Mon May 3, 2021 8:53 pm

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WarriorGM wrote:
Comments like the above are symptomatic of why Kerr ticks me off.

No Steve. It's what you owe him AND that what you need to do.

You're so blinded that you can't even see that Kerr is phrasing it this way precisely to praise Curry.


I'm sure Myer's joke that one time didn't tick off KD.
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Re: Relax kids....Curry ain’t going nowhere! 

Post#45 » by The-Power » Mon May 3, 2021 8:58 pm

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The-Power wrote:
WarriorGM wrote:
Comments like the above are symptomatic of why Kerr ticks me off.

No Steve. It's what you owe him AND that what you need to do.

You're so blinded that you can't even see that Kerr is phrasing it this way precisely to praise Curry.


I'm sure Myer's joke that one time didn't tick off KD.

What are you even quibbling about? Point is that what Kerr said is actually better praise for Curry than your suggestion.
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Post#46 » by ILOVEIT » Mon May 3, 2021 9:23 pm

never thought Curry would go anywhere. Ever. I just don' want him wasted on a badly managed team over the next 5 years.
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Post#47 » by KevinMcreynolds » Tue May 4, 2021 3:45 pm

the bandwagoners don't have any appreciation for the Kerr/Myers regime, they didn't have to live through the St. Jean/Carlesimo/Cowens/Monty/etc years.
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Post#48 » by NeoWarriors » Tue May 4, 2021 4:09 pm

KevinMcreynolds wrote:the bandwagoners don't have any appreciation for the Kerr/Myers regime, they didn't have to live through the St. Jean/Carlesimo/Cowens/Monty/etc years.
But none of that could have happened without the Twardlman era. *shivers*

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Post#49 » by GSWFan1994 » Tue May 4, 2021 4:17 pm

KevinMcreynolds wrote:the bandwagoners don't have any appreciation for the Kerr/Myers regime, they didn't have to live through the St. Jean/Carlesimo/Cowens/Monty/etc years.


Man, just reading through these names gives me shivers down my spine!
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Post#50 » by a8bil » Tue May 4, 2021 4:25 pm

KevinMcreynolds wrote:the bandwagoners don't have any appreciation for the Kerr/Myers regime, they didn't have to live through the St. Jean/Carlesimo/Cowens/Monty/etc years.
In fairness to those guys, they were being sent to battle without weapons. the Warriors front office was terribly incompetent, drafting poorly and giving large contracts to role players.
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Post#51 » by Old_Blue » Tue May 4, 2021 7:04 pm

KevinMcreynolds wrote:the bandwagoners don't have any appreciation for the Kerr/Myers regime, they didn't have to live through the St. Jean/Carlesimo/Cowens/Monty/etc years.


You didn't mention George Karl. You haven't suffered long enough. :lol:
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Post#52 » by KevinMcreynolds » Tue May 4, 2021 7:51 pm

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KevinMcreynolds wrote:the bandwagoners don't have any appreciation for the Kerr/Myers regime, they didn't have to live through the St. Jean/Carlesimo/Cowens/Monty/etc years.


You didn't mention George Karl. You haven't suffered long enough. :lol:


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Post#53 » by and1GS » Tue May 4, 2021 7:55 pm

I was so excited for Mike Montgomery. He might have been the worst out of that group, and that's saying something.

How Garry St. Jean has been welcomed back into the 'warriors family' is beyond me. Horrible coach and GM. Synonymous with Cohan era ineptitude.
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Re: Relax kids....Curry ain’t going nowhere! 

Post#54 » by Outside » Tue May 4, 2021 7:59 pm

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KevinMcreynolds wrote:the bandwagoners don't have any appreciation for the Kerr/Myers regime, they didn't have to live through the St. Jean/Carlesimo/Cowens/Monty/etc years.


You didn't mention George Karl. You haven't suffered long enough. :lol:


Imagine the depths that your franchise has gone through that Keith Smart and Johnny Bach don't make the top five worst coaching regimes list.

I actually feel bad for Johnny Bach. He arrived at the bottom of the crater in the mid-eighties. The usual advice for long-time assistants is that you don't turn down a head coach job when it's offered, no matter how bad, but that stint was it for him. I suppose he felt the need to give head coaching a try, but he was a well-regarded assistant, and that was the role that fit him.

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