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Kerr turned off presidential debate, compared it to Springer

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The first 2020 presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden was held Tuesday night, and it was ...

... an embarrassment to human civilization.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr wanted to watch the entire thing, but couldn't get to the end.

Kerr watched for about triple the amount of time as yours truly, who changed the channel after just 15 minutes.

It's unclear if Warriors superstar Steph Curry -- who publicly endorsed Biden in mid-August -- tuned in for the whole disaster, but we know he was paying attention near the end of the debacle.

The Warriors in early September announced the locations of three voting centers for the election.

“With our facilities in Oakland, San Francisco and Santa Cruz all being utilized to support the 2020 Election process, this ranks as our most critical three-pointer of the year," Warriors president and chief operating officer Rick Welts said in a statement. “For our democracy to work, we all need to exercise our right to vote, and activating all three of these locations will help expand that opportunity for many Bay Area residents.”

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Please take advantage of this opportunity, and remember to vote early.

The second and third presidential "debates" are scheduled for Oct. 15 and Oct. 22 respectively.

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