Kendrick Perkins Blames Steve Kerr For The Warriors' Current Position

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The Golden State Warriors' difficulties this year are attributed to Steve Kerr, according to EPSN analyst Kendrick Perkins.

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After losing to the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday by a score of 143- 113, the Warriors have now dropped two straight games. Even without Kyrie Irving, Brooklyn led 91-51 at the break.

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"This is gonna be Steve Kerr's biggest challenge," Perkins said.

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In his ninth season as the Warriors' coach, Kerr (15-18). His first five seasons were incredibly successful, and his top performers were at the height of their careers.

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He must now prove his mettle as a coach. Even though Steph Curry was having one of his finest seasons, the club was having trouble staying above.500 before to his injury.

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Injuries ravaged the Warriors' roster, and Kevin Durant departed the team for Brooklyn, thus there weren't many expectations for the Warriors going into the 2019-20 season.

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When a team is humiliated in back-to- back games, the media and fans frequently point the finger at the coach.

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The players Kerr has to rely on in situations like these did not assist him.

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Jordan Poole scored just 13 points and shot a terrible 1- for-11 from outside the arc. In 23 minutes, Draymond Green only contributed two points, four rebounds, and six assists while making only two shots.

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