'I don't anticipate that happening' — Kerr believes Warriors season is over

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By 95.7 THE GAME

Warriors head coach, Steve Kerr, joined Damon, Ratto & Kolsky on Tuesday to discuss the most recent episodes of "The Last Dance" and the future of the NBA season.

Despite reports that Stephen Curry, LeBron James and other superstars are in favor of resuming the season, Kerr doesn't see that happening.

"We'll be good soldiers if the league asks us to play more games, we'll play," Kerr said. "I don't anticipate that happening, but we'll be ready if it does and in the meantime, it's not my decision. It's not our decision. It's the NBA's decision."

”We’ll be good soldiers if the league asks us to play more games, we’ll play.”“I don’t anticipate that happening, but we’ll be ready if it does.”Steve told @DRK957 that he believes the Warriors season is over. pic.twitter.com/Dr6FoKDGEK

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Kerr also talked about his infamous practice fight that was discussed on last Sunday's episode of The Last Dance. He admitted that his story differs from Michael Jordan's, but that's probably because it was 25 years ago. 

”I don’t even remember it that way... I think everybody’s got their own version of it.”Steve Kerr’s memory of the practice fight is a little different than MJ’s. #TheLastDance(via @DRK957) pic.twitter.com/zMg5Z628b7

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Listen to the interview here: