Crybaby coach Kerr was in the news today after he received a huge fine from the NBA for whining about the officiating of a game during a radio interview.
It turns out the hypocrite, liberal, Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr doesn’t just whine about calls, he also cried about Trump’s win during a recent press conference. Besides the totally unfounded “racism” accusations he makes about Trump, it’s interesting how offended Kerr is over Trump’s private conversation he had with another single guy, that was secretly recorded. He must have forgotten his public defense of one of his players, Draymond Green after he was caught sending a picture of his penis to everyone on his snapchat list.
Steve Kerr — "this is my rant" — for 2+ minutes on the presidential election: "Maybe we should've seen this coming" pic.twitter.com/MJOcSdXxHH
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) November 10, 2016
Draymond Green got in trouble for hitting LeBron in the nuts when the Golden State Warriors played the Cavaliers during the NBA Finals. In July, Green was exposed for posting a “dick pic” on his public Snapchat story.
The NSFW photo, which was quickly deleted, was, of course, captured by the internet for posterity. Green initially tried to play it off as a hacking—a tactic that worked really well for disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner.
Coach Kerr was very quick to make excuses for Draymond’s lewd behavior:
CRYBABY KARMA: Oops! It looks like the NBA isn’t quite as accepting of the crybaby antics of Coach Kerr…
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has been fined $25,000 for public criticism of officiating, it was announced today by Kiki VanDeWeghe, Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations.
“How is it that everybody on Earth can see these traveling violations except for the three people that we pay to do the job? I don’t get it. It’s bizarre,” Kerr said on KNBR 680. “It’s (traveling) a point of emphasis on one particular play and that’s when you catch and go … it’s just the one that the officials are taught to see.”
Kerr made his comments during a radio interview Thursday, Nov. 17. –NBA