Published: Sat, June 10, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Steph Curry, Steve Kerr peppy at practice

Steph Curry, Steve Kerr peppy at practice

So naturally, ex-NBA guys are popping up everywhere to claim that they-unlike the Cavaliers, featuring three superstars including one of the two greatest National Basketball Association players ever-could have beaten the Warriors.

Steve Kerr sarcastically shot back at the old timers who've come out in droves to disparage the Warriors, lending common sense to an argument that, on the other side, has often revolved around nonsense. "They would all kill us. Around 2012, that's when coaches stopped thinking they could go at me and get a basket or get me in foul trouble", Durant said. It's weird how human evolution goes in reverse in sports. "I don't know. I can't explain it".

"It's getting to the point that I feel like if our whole team walked in front of Charles" house, he'd yell, "Get off my lawn!'" Kerr said last December.

Whether it's Magic Johnson saying his Showtime Lakers would sweep the Warriors or Kerr's former teammate Scottie Pippen saying the same thing past year, it's become a popular debate.

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The Warriors are on the verge of finishing this NBA Playoffs 16-0 and entering the discussion for best team in postseason history. Julius Erving says the '83 Sixers would've beaten the Warriors.

This is the best part of the Warriors' success: It enables their sassiness.

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