Steve Kerr has accomplished a lot during his playing and coaching career.
He played four seasons for Lute Olson at Arizona. He spent 15 years playing in the NBA, and won five NBA titles during that time.
As a coach, Kerr has made the NBA Finals in each of his first four seasons with the Warriors, and has won three championships.
If you're Steve Kerr, there aren't many people you'd want to trade places with.
Except, there is one Warriors player Kerr would like to be.
"I definitely would trade spots with Andre [Iguodala]," Kerr said on Friday on 95.7 The Game. "I can only imagine what it has felt like to be Andre iguodala over the last 20 years playing basketball. That kind of athleticism, intelligence and feel, I could only dream about being the player he is."
Iguodala, a first-round pick in 2004, has won three titles with Kerr, was named NBA Finals MVP in 2015, was selected to the 2012 NBA All-Star Game and will have earned nearly $170 million through contracts by the time his deal with the Warriors is up.
So, we can understand why Kerr might want to trade places with Iguodala.
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Kerr was asked a really tough question by host Damon Bruce: Who had the better playing career as an Arizona Wildcat, himself or Iguodala?
"How do I answer that?" Kerr joked. "I guess I did because I was there five years and he was there two years."