NBA Coach Draws Up Perfect Play For All-Star Game

Andrew Lief Contributor
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Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr had the perfect play call for the Western Conference prior to the West’s 163-158 win over the Eastern Conference Sunday night.

“So, one of you guys get it and, like, throw it to one of the other guys. And then you throw it to someone else, and then you shoot it,” Kerr said.

This play call clearly worked as the West’s 163 points tied last year’s Eastern Conference team for the most points scored in an all-star game.


Kerr, a rookie head coach, is having a lot of fun this season due to the Warriors’ 42-9 record, which is the best in the NBA.

His best moment of the season was when he video bombed ESPN’s Marc Stein during a a live shot on Feb. 6, prior to the Warriors’ game with the Atlanta Hawks.