Warriors’ Draymond Green downplays Steve Kerr’s viral NSFW lip-read

VIDEO: Kerr jokes that the Draymond lip readers were 'wrong'

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Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr on Monday laughed off suggestions of a rift with Draymond Green in the wake of the National Basketball Association champions' shock loss to the Phoenix Suns.

The Warriors these days are about as unhappy and disengaged as any point since 2014, when Steve Kerr took over as coach and they became the NBA's gold standard. "I've decided I'm going to get a giant laminated board, turn into an National Football League coach", Kerr said, according to Slater. "S-- happens. It is what it is. It is what it is".

"There's nothing to clear", Green said.

"I think we need to stop looking at the officials", Kerr said. We live in a day and age where there's a camera everywhere. "We're complaining too much to the referees and we're spending too much energy arguing with the refs instead of just playing".

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Kerr tried to diffuse the situation after Monday's practice with a little humor by saying that lip-readers misinterpreted his words.

Asked to gauge Golden State's mood, Kerr said, "Frustrated". Those were my exact words.

Or, who knows, maybe he got cut off when he was in the middle of saying "I'm so f-g exhausted of Draymond not getting the accolades and love he deserves for providing a spark of fire to a team that's otherwise veering into dangerously self-pitying and overly corporate territory, a team that has more than enough talent to win the title yet again but could torpedo that chance with an over-reliance on self rather than collective".

"I guess I would be considered a millennial, huh?" Why wouldn't they? I'd be surprised if they didn't feel that way.

Green said he wasn't concerned, because he wasn't going to let one comment in a heated moment change how he felt. Furthermore Booker and his teammates earned their first road win in 20 tries against the Western Conference this season. But I think he was wrong about this one. They're not just tired of him; they're exhausted by him. "That's human nature, and we all have those [moments], so that's how I'm able to move forward".

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