Basketball coach Steve Kerr and the Golden State Warriors say that they did not imply that the 2019-20 season will not return. However, the results were not so good that led the team management to look forward to the future.
After the Golden State Warriors were swept away by a traumatic storm during the 2019-20 season, coach Steve Kerr watched helplessly as his team plummeted to the bottom in both the Western rankings and among the 30 NBA teams.
Now that the tournament organizers are working on ways to get the basketball back, the 54-year-old American captain confirms that Warriors are likely to have abandoned the 2019-20 season. At the direction of the coaching staff, every member of Golden State has entered the offseason to prepare the first preparations for the following season.
To avoid misleading, coach Steve Kerr added that he did not imply that the 2019-20 season will not return. The above instructions are circulated internally and we will strictly abide by the rules of the tournament if the matches are held again.
This season seems to be over for coach Steve Kerr and Golden State Warriors
The Golden State Warriors currently have a record of 15 victories and 50 defeats, an achievement that would certainly make Stephen Curry and his teammates miss the Playoffs round if the tournament is held again. This result makes the decision of the Warriors leadership more sensible as they want to give up this season as soon as possible.
“We are still ready for the tournament to come back and the team will play a few matches. But with the team’s performance not so bright, it will be better if we look to the future,” said coach Steve Kerr. “Either way, our influence doesn’t mean much to the common ground this season.”