Golden State Warriors’ Head Coach Steve Kerr has a hilarious reaction to Warriors fans who’ve claimed that the NBA is rigged.
The Golden State Warriors would look to get back to winning ways tomorrow after recording a second straight loss tonight. The Spurs outplayed the Warriors in the second half, as they recorded a 105-100 win.
Stephen Curry recorded a game-high 32 points to go along with 7 rebounds and 6 assists. Kelly Oubre Jr. added 24 points, but it was in vain. The Spurs, led by Dejounte Murray, and his 27 points, 10 rebounds, and 8 steals stole the game away. DeMar DeRozan added 21 points, 6 rebounds, and 10 assists.
Steve Kerr has a hilarious reaction to Dubs fans
The Warriors lost a very close game to the Mavericks last week. Despite Curry putting on a clinic where he scored 57, the Warriors lost 132-134. However, the result of the game would have been different if the referees would have called an out of bounds play.
Late in the 4th quarter, the ball went out of bounds off Kristaps Porzingis, but it was called Dallas ball. Seconds later, Luka scored a big 3, to give the Mavs a 131-128 lead. The report post the game also declared the call as incorrect.
L2M report says incorrect out-of-bounds call went against GS with 48.6 seconds left last night. Ball actually went off Porzingis. Call was that Draymond Green was the last to touch it.
4.1 seconds later, Luka Doncic sank 3-pointer, giving Dallas a 131-124 lead. Yeah, big.
— Brad Townsend (@townbrad) February 7, 2021
The Warriors fans felt like there are a lot of such calls being called against the Dubs this season. They went as far as to say that the league is inclined against the Warriors. Before the game against the Spurs tonight, Kerr was asked his opinion on the same.
Steve Kerr laughed about the same, and called the fans supportive, but somewhat delusional.
What is Steve Kerr’s advice to Warriors fans who believe some NBA games are rigged (against the Warriors): “I thank them for being such wildly supportive Warriors fans … if not somewhat delusional (laughter).”
— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) February 9, 2021
At the end of the day, the referees are also humans and can make incorrect calls sometimes. Steve Kerr recognizes that, and calls the incorrect calls a part of the game.