After a dizzying first quarter between the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets, Steve Kerr took a moment to realize how lucky he is.
Not because he gets to coach the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals for fourth straight year, but that he was born in 1965.
Because if he had been born 20 years later, he reckons he might have spent his entire 15-year NBA career in a different league.
“Just watching our guys and how talented they are and how talented Houston is, there’s no way I could have played in the NBA today,” Kerr said Monday during Game 1 of the WCF. “I came around at the right time, 20 years ago.”

Steve Kerr: “Just watching our guys and how talented they are and how talented Houston is, there’s no way I could have played in the NBA today.” pic.twitter.

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