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Steve Kerr is not responding to LaVar Ball’s Criticism

It has been over a month after receiving a lengthy, nuanced critique of ESPN’s coverage of LaVar Ball. Steve Kerr, the head coach of the Warriors acted in a very professional manner and declined to comment on Ball’s recent criticism of him. Steve, who was once spotted playing real money pokies (poker) in Montana Bar & Casino, responded by saying “Not talking about that. We are talking about basketball”

The father of Laker’s rookie guard Lonzo Ball, Lavar Ball told Lithuanian basketball writer Jonas Miklovas that Kerr’s success in the Golden State has solely been the result of having a team loaded with best NBA players. His argument was how can you coach a team filled with people like Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. They are all amongst the Top players of NBA. He said the only possible way you can coach such a group of people is by, turning your back on them and let them do what they do. So Steve Kerr is only getting the credit he does not deserve as he has to put no effort to get the team on top. Also, his argument was that that team was brought together by Mark Jackson. And now Steve Kerr grabbed on and is trying to take all credit. He said that’s the reason why he calls him the Milli Vanilli of NBA coaching.

Kerr has on multiple occasions publicly question why the media covers Ball. Lavar Ball is in Lithuania as his two younger sons, LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball, play with Lithuania team Prienu Vytautas. Kerr lambasted ESPN for covering Ball, whom he called “the Kardashian of the NBA” few weeks ago.

The now very popular father might soon have Kardashian kind of money if things keep going for him the way they are. He is seriously riding on the fame and popularity of his sons. Who knows maybe soon casino games sites such as Jackpots online casino will show us a real money online slot based on him and his exploits since he already has his own Emojis, called StephMoji by Steph Curry.

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