Kerr says early success 'how it should be' for Warriors

Steph Curry, Draymond Green

When firing on all cylinders, the Warriors are a threat to any team in the NBA. 

It starts with Steph Curry and Draymond Green. 

Warriors coach Steve Kerr joined 95.7 The Game's "Damon & Ratto" on Tuesday evening to discuss his team's NBA-best 9-1 record this season. 

“This is how it should be for the Warriors with Steph Curry and Draymond Green leading the way," Kerr said. "This is how it should feel.

“I think it felt this way the last 20 games of last year. The joy from the crowd … It just feels right. We’ve got a team that looks after each other, it’s a deep team. There’s a lot of weapons, a lot of different options for us as a coaching staff. And a group that’s really unselfish and connected. I’m excited for the team and I'm excited for our fans because I think they’re really enjoying watching this group play.”

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Not only have the Warriors won nine of their first 10 games, but they've done so without Klay Thompson, who is close to making his return to the court. What this Warriors team could be capable of with a healthy Thompson should frighten other teams around the league. 

In the meantime, Kerr's group -- led by Curry and Green -- will look to continue to establish themselves as one of the best teams in the league. 


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