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Steve Kerr reacts to Nuggets-Heat Game 2: Jokic's big night + Miami's strategy | Draymond Green Show

  • Published on Jun 4, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • Steve Kerr joins Draymond Green for the first “Champs Only” edition of the podcast-where Dray is joined by NBA champions to break down NBA Finals games. The two discuss their championship experiences with Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors, how Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo's Miami Heat beat Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray's Denver Nuggets in Game 2, what adjustments each team can make, and more.
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  • Alex L
    Alex L 3 months ago +535

    Let’s take a moment to appreciate how amazing it is that Steve would go on Dray’s podcast

    • Iambriangregory
      Iambriangregory 3 months ago +7

      Huh why is it amazing? In life everybody benefits each other duh You would pump your brakes with your excitement amazing? Think you're exaggerating a whole lot

    • Pope’s hopes
      Pope’s hopes 3 months ago +37

      @Iambriangregory you literally have no purpose.

    • Ned Sisic
      Ned Sisic 3 months ago +22

      @Iambriangregory you got issues man

    • Ari Perez
      Ari Perez 3 months ago +16

      @Iambriangregory ​​⁠ NOT Everybody in life benefits from another person like you say, there are many people that help others with no benefits whatsoever wether it’s because they like helping others, because they are friends, etc; it looks like that YOU ARE NOT one those people…

    • cLo
      cLo 3 months ago +7

      Bring in Poole :)

  • Ysais Martinez
    Ysais Martinez 3 months ago +1182

    What we get on Draymond's show we do not get anywhere else. His insights are very intelligent and the way he analyzes games is superb.

    • Ivan R.
      Ivan R. 3 months ago +29

      Oh pls . . .

    • Shawty Rone
      Shawty Rone 3 months ago +43

      @Ivan R. sounds like a Dray hater BUH BYE good sir

    • Dulo Gmaz
      Dulo Gmaz 3 months ago +15

      @Shawty Rone I'd say Draymond isn't even the best on the Volume. Jason Timpf gives him a run for his money

    • Gros Toss
      Gros Toss 3 months ago +8

      @Big HerboYT Gill be losing bets 24/7 and shiet 😂😂😂

    • Fulan
      Fulan 3 months ago +5

      @Big HerboYT at least there's no that guy with a crown here... I will continue watching gil's pod when that guy isn't there anymore... JJ's pod is pretty insightful too...

  • Butter Fly
    Butter Fly 3 months ago +518

    This is not a Joke an awesome Podcast as usual. Thank you Dray.

  • Duke Uperesa
    Duke Uperesa 3 months ago +387

    Dray as a huge fan of the Bulls I have a special place in my heart for Coach Kerr. That was a beautiful conversation man.

    • Shmigo Gang
      Shmigo Gang 3 months ago +5

      Damn bro u really glazing Kerr , u ok ? Lmao

    • John Cobra Conney
      John Cobra Conney 3 months ago +4

      @Shmigo Gang HOF coach

    • Shmigo Gang
      Shmigo Gang 3 months ago +2

      @John Cobra Conney duhhh ain’t nobody say he not . U glazing too lil dude

    • Endless_Waltz
      Endless_Waltz 3 months ago +16

      @Shmigo Gang are you okay? You the only one here thinking about glazing 😂

  • Mark T
    Mark T 3 months ago +9

    Steve Kerr is fantastic! The way he's able to distill the complexities and intricacies of the game into simple terms and explain it to us in concise and simple terms is outstanding! I learned so much from this 40 minute podcast, I feel like I can be a coach now!

    • Yoshimixsu
      Yoshimixsu 3 months ago

      Kerr is unique cause he actually has a relationship outside the locker room with his players as well as being a former playing that has played along side few of the greats and saw how they worked out as well as having played for two great coaches sheesh what a life Kerr has had tbh amazing

  • Josh Higginson
    Josh Higginson 3 months ago +96

    As a spectator we have no idea how hard it would be to coach a nba team. It’s literally a chess match every game. Listening to the legend coach Kerr brake down these teams is amazing.

      ILOVEMUSIC 3 months ago

      If i were coaching them warriors beat lakers

  • JeffyMoto
    JeffyMoto 3 months ago +467

    This was a solid episode, props to you big bro draymond and steve Kerr

    • Chickentalktv
      Chickentalktv 3 months ago +3

      Pair up with LeBron James when curry done with you

    • ES. OCEAN
      ES. OCEAN 3 months ago +49

      Big bro is crazy

    • Shawn Douglas
      Shawn Douglas 3 months ago

      So Dray's coming back?

    • DoloGamin
      DoloGamin 3 months ago +1

      @ES. OCEANstall em out 😂😂

    • BilboBaggins33
      BilboBaggins33 3 months ago +13

      Weird af calling him big bro

  • DK
    DK 3 months ago +158

    This was great Draymond! Thanks for having Coach Kerr on!

  • T V
    T V 3 months ago +210

    This series is so fun to watch if you just enjoy basketball. I've never seen two teams play at such a high level with minimal mistakes. I'd put these two teams against any team in the past every possession generates decent looks the sets they run every play it's like an evolved form of basketball. Star iso ball would never work against these two teams

      I BOW TO YOU, LORD RAMA! 3 months ago +2

      No, Brooklyn Nets with Kyrie, KD and Harden before things fell apart could beat ANY TEAM with ISO ball.

    • OneUnripeMango
      OneUnripeMango 3 months ago +16

      @I BOW TO YOU, LORD RAMA!ok why didn’t they then?

    • Roberto Torres
      Roberto Torres 3 months ago +1

      @OneUnripeMango you can count the amount of games where they all played together with your hands

    • daris Gonzales
      daris Gonzales 3 months ago

      Love 😍🙏

    • Nene VZ
      Nene VZ 3 months ago +3

      Except lots of defensive mistakes by Denver in the past two games.

  • Stardust DNA
    Stardust DNA 3 months ago +42

    I’m always learning about the game through Dray. His bball IQ is supreme and he gives insight you don’t find anywhere else. Add Coach Kerr to the mix and we’ve got a Ted Talk Masterclass 😁

  • Matti Ice
    Matti Ice 3 months ago +8

    This episode was truly a treat for nba fans. Coach Kerr brings out the best from his team and vice versa so the chemistry with the warriors speaks for itself

  • Go Getta
    Go Getta 3 months ago +67

    Damn, eliminated and still providing the goods. Super awesome and lucky to have a active coach's opinion in Steve Kerr! Cheers Dray

  • Matty
    Matty 3 months ago +10

    Wow, this is a really high level conversation. You can really tell how much they like and respect each other. And level of basketball acumen displayed was extremely high. The insider insight into what it takes to win a finals game. I feel smarter for having watched this. Thank you Steve and Dray.

  • Obi Amajoyi Sr., MD
    Obi Amajoyi Sr., MD 3 months ago +9

    This was a so great to watch as a pure basketball fan. The gratitude that DG has for his coach and Bob Meyer felt authentic and genuine. kudos.

    DERREN G 3 months ago +33

    This is what commentary should be. Clean, educating n give you a better understanding of the game. Tired of the other shows sound bites, hyping up the game etc

  • Shawn Lyons
    Shawn Lyons 3 months ago +5

    My respect for Draymond Green has increased 10 fold. He mentioned he seeks to get under other players skin and I wrongly assumed that's all there was to him as a person. This has clearly proven me wrong. His humility, knowledge of the game, and respect for his coach was so evident in this and really enjoyable to watch. Much respect to both of you. Kerr's impact has gone farther than just winning championships as draymond pointed out in his own life. Wish you both the best. Hope Mazzulla and the Celtics watch this as I feel there is so much to be learned here.

  • Debra L321
    Debra L321 3 months ago +12

    Really good show Dray and Coach Kerr. It is always interesting to hear about what happens mentally and in the games from the loooong regular season to getting into the playoffs. Then the Finals arrive and you say we are starting all over and the entire team has different pressures, like not having your practice court-big change there and I didn’t know that. Then prepping the team for the difficulties of balancing family-lots of family-friends, and every play by play announcer and media access is crazy. I understand much better how the mindset and the intensity changes from quarter to quarter. No one better at the chess match than Coach Kerr and our Dubs!

  • Marquiese
    Marquiese 3 months ago +77

    I have to admit I really enjoy the Draymond Green show he is very insightful and he speaks from a non biased perspective and that's very unusual given the fact that he still currently a player so I think he's on the verge of doing something that hasn't really been done as being a current player and still doing this podcast as well ☺️ salute brother

    • Mindful Attraction 2.0
      Mindful Attraction 2.0 3 months ago +2

      Unless he's talking about LeBron and the Lakers

    • Jaime Velez
      Jaime Velez 3 months ago +1

      Yes this guy Mr Green channel 👏 straight up best one out his worth is spilling over to his podcast , I get alot of insight and knowledge were the heck was this podcast years ago and this is big because if your a kid coming up u get some good tools and that can go far for a mindset knowing your on the right path 👍 and if u see what draymond sees is even more of a confidence booster its this podcast and club shay shay top two

  • Michael Reeves
    Michael Reeves 3 months ago +11

    You can really tell the way Draymond talks and conducts the interview how much reverence and respect he has for Steve Kerr as he should but you can really tell how much Draymond appreciates and loves Coach Kerr

  • Felisto Lorio
    Felisto Lorio 3 months ago +5

    I'm a Nuggets fan, and I have just started watching your pod cast recently. I really like how you break the games down, Draymond. Good stuff, bro!

  • Jay
    Jay 3 months ago +61

    As a MIA fan I have to say that before the series started I was nervous but after thinking about the entire playoff run, it doesn't surprise me that MIA is where they are. I don't think we were favored in any of those series but the common thing I keep noticing is all those other teams have one identity. They beat you with their star players. Miami is like a Swiss Army knife. Opponents never know exactly where the hammer is coming from because they're so unselfish and anyone of those guys can play lights out. And defensively they just buy in. They're obsessed defensively. If they keep making shots like last night, don't be surprised if MIA wins in 5 or 6.

    • DarylAndrew
      DarylAndrew 3 months ago +3

      You mentioned the key to Miami even staying in the series. 50% from the field is rarely sustainable, especially when the Nuggets get back on their game. Even with the terrible play of the nuggets, they only lost by a basket. I just wouldn't celebrate Miami too early. I think both are great teams, though one team was much more balanced all year. Hopefully, the series continues to be close.

    • JD9124
      JD9124 3 months ago +3

      ​@DarylAndrew I read somewhere that Miami has shot close to 50% several times this season.

    • King Trawal
      King Trawal 3 months ago +2

      I will never bet against the GOAT’s son again… He has proven me wrong too many times

    • King Jangad
      King Jangad 3 months ago +2

      I am for MIAMI in this series. GSW fan here

    • Ti Blanc
      Ti Blanc 3 months ago +4

      ​@DarylAndrew If Denver gives the Heat tons of wide open 3s like they have the first two games, the Heat will shoot a good percentage and win the series. It's that simple. "Sustainable" doesn't matter much now, this isn't an 82 game season, they just need 3 wins.

  • tmx321
    tmx321 3 months ago +67

    Nice to see Kerr's take on strategy. I didn't realize how disciplined Heat was in execution and how that translates to favorable results. Champions sweat the details. One thing I see with Heat is deep resolve, like they cannot be psyched out...they will dig in and get it done...

    • Michael F
      Michael F 3 months ago +4

      Warriors are very similar in how resilient they are . Both teams beat the Celtics the last 2 years because they didn’t fold under adversity

    • Ndnd
      Ndnd 3 months ago +6

      I mean the strategy is pretty obvious since the only good player on the nuggets is Jokic. Just guard his teammates instead. Murray is inconsistent af. The heat are so well coached they can execute this perfectly.

    • xGatorchomp28x
      xGatorchomp28x 3 months ago +2

      Miami's got some dogs... Experienced dogs. 😄🐶🐶🏀

    • S Irwin
      S Irwin 3 months ago +2

      ​​​@Michael F and the Celtics are mentally very soft. They survive off talent. But what I'm understanding from this playoffs is how mental toughness is underrated.

  • TheGenghisTron
    TheGenghisTron 3 months ago +194

    Steve is literally a legend this man is in the HOF for ALOT

    • DarkLordPorn
      DarkLordPorn 3 months ago +3

      A lot*

    • R M
      R M 3 months ago +6

      He got carried by Jordan and KD

    • daris Gonzales
      daris Gonzales 3 months ago


    • Kevin W
      Kevin W 3 months ago +1

      Good player and good coach, he def needed talent for his accomplishments.

    • A.tribecalledsuccessART
      A.tribecalledsuccessART 3 months ago +5

      @R M name one thing you accomplished that could compare ?

  • Victor Silva
    Victor Silva 3 months ago +1

    Thank you Draymond for doing this podcast man, us fans don’t get to see what you guys see and it makes the game more fun to watch! I had you guys winning it all this year before the playoffs started and I’m a Heat fan here in Miami! I know you guys will be back in the finals next year for sure!

  • A
    A 3 months ago +12

    I love that Draymond actually talks about things that show you're watching the game. There's always a grey area between analytics and narrative. Draymond would make a great coach because, no offense, there's always an assistant that can look up bulletin board stats for you. The attention to detail to be looking at body language and stuff for weakness. That's the stuff that puts you ahead of a team that's statistically on par with you.

  • Zweng Art
    Zweng Art 3 months ago +1

    UNBELIEVABLE!!! THANK YOU UNIVERSE! This is a true A/B moment for anyone who loves sports or media. Thanks Colin, thanks Dray, thanks Steve. Such a win for the world here. Amazing access

  • Rouge Silhouette
    Rouge Silhouette 3 months ago +12

    Great episode. Steve Kerr is definitely a part of NBA history and it's great to get an active coach's perspective.

  • hzr
    hzr 3 months ago +98

    The difference between this series and the one before, where the Nuggets swept the Lakers was, the Heat stick to what makes them good. Lakers went away from the inside game, which made them look like the better team for at least 3 of the four games, until the fourth quarter came along and they usually decided to start shooting threes for no apparent reason. This game reminded me so much of the last series, but I was glad that Miami stuck to their gameplan, even though it still got close in the end again.
    But the Nuggets had to finally loose one of those games where they often just come out on top because opposing teams get so worked up about who to guard, Murray or Jokic. Miami found a good answer to that tonight.

    • will
      will 3 months ago +3


    • Nene VZ
      Nene VZ 3 months ago

      If they looked like the better team to you, how nice for you

    • NoContent
      NoContent 3 months ago +9

      "no apparent reason"...they were physically exhausted. LBJ shoots 3's when he's in a good rhythm or when he's too tired to drive. I'm happy to hear a counter point.

    • E. M.
      E. M. 3 months ago

      Hitting 3s would’ve been the only way to exploit them packing the paint. That’s why the Heat were able to pnr em in the 4th.

    • Ridge Thomas
      Ridge Thomas 3 months ago

      @Nene VZ lmao damn son , you got ‘em! So nice for you 😂

  • Dirac Matola
    Dirac Matola 3 months ago +2

    What a great episode, this conversation illustrates principals of life that we can apply on our daily basis to guide ourselves to succeed, loved it Dray.

  • Nando
    Nando 3 months ago +3

    I’m a huge heat fan but respect and have respected the nuggets for years and this series just proves the sportsmanship of all these possible champs

  • avidAlexTan
    avidAlexTan 3 months ago +3

    This gotta be the best episode this year. Dray asked questions from a perspective that only a true player and competitor would ask. Most other interviews are superficial and designed to promote the media narrative. Great show!

  • Rusty Nail
    Rusty Nail 3 months ago +2

    Steve is such a wonderful human being, I always love hearing his thoughts.
    Think about how proud his father Malcolm would be to hear Steve always speaking out against violence.
    We are so lucky to have him in Dub Nation. He's the guy I look up to most in the NBA.
    Thanks for having him on Draymond !

  • Taj Smalls
    Taj Smalls 3 months ago +6

    This episode reminds you that coaching matters not just about the players sometimes .

  • Richard Song
    Richard Song 3 months ago +6

    As a Lakers fan, I know damn well that the Warriors and how they have been doing things in the past decade is the GOLD STANDARD of the nba. everything good about basketball, the Warriors has in them as well. just magic

  • Darlene Stegemeyer
    Darlene Stegemeyer 3 months ago +10

    I could listen the the two of you for days!! Excellent analysis as always. Keep teaching us. Maybe one day we will have a full appreciation of what we are watching!!

  • WinsTonYa' + 3
    WinsTonYa' + 3 3 months ago +4

    I think Miami will win it all... this was awesome sauce Dray❤‍🔥 thank y'all for taking time out to make more incredible content for the history books👏💪

  • Wes Hart
    Wes Hart 3 months ago +16

    Dray you are so good at this. Never stop unless it’s to go coach somewhere

  • Master Hippo
    Master Hippo 3 months ago +3

    Damn, that was great. To hear this gives us a little glimpse into what the team dynamics were having these two champions on our side the last 10+ years.

  • Sandaux Beats
    Sandaux Beats 3 months ago +16

    A champion of an episode, man! I love it! One of the best episodes this 2022-2023 season!

  • April Aniel
    April Aniel 3 months ago +45

    What is actually impressive about Duncan Robinson is that he was iced out by the team for the whole season, it was either garbage minutes or DNPS after missing 1 shot. If Herro didn't get injured Spo wouldn't even look at him and I'm just glad he is showing Spo what was missing on their offense because ball movement is so much better with him on the floor--less iso less chucking.

    • Jimmy Green
      Jimmy Green 3 months ago +1

      You must be a CASUAL Heat fan....

    • April Aniel
      April Aniel 3 months ago

      @Jimmy Green casual? So are you saying that Duncan was in the rotation during the regular season even prior to his injury? And after that? Maybe you’re the casual

    • Mike Price
      Mike Price 3 months ago +1

      When Duncan was making that mean mug, it wasn’t to the Denver Nuggets players, or the fans..that was for Pat Riley and Spoltra

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      Aye O 3 months ago


  • Steve Beck
    Steve Beck 3 months ago +3

    I love your podcast but this episode was so great. Kerr is a legend and his coaching mindset is epic. I love his talk about wanting to review tape before talking to you guys after a loss. Amazing stuff thank you!

  • joncoish
    joncoish 3 months ago +103

    In reference to the idea of Steve Kerr not playing a lot on those Bulls teams, he averaged like 20-30 minutes off the bench on arguably (in my opinion it is) the best team ever. That is playing a lot in my opinion.

    • RemoG0915
      RemoG0915 3 months ago +9

      Iv never even heard anyone make that claim lol I was confused why he said that.

    • JSM
      JSM 3 months ago +17

      That's just stupid. He LITERALLY swung playoffs and Finals games for the Bulls and Spurs with his shooting.

    • Kevin W
      Kevin W 3 months ago +7

      i think people just see the bulls team and assume kerr was just carried. He was a huge role player in the Bulls second 3 peat. he was so deadly from 3, he wasn’t the most athletic but you couldn’t leave him alone at that 3pt line.

    • LeFraud Has Choked In SIX Finals
      LeFraud Has Choked In SIX Finals 3 months ago +1

      "I'll be ready." - Steve Kerr to Michael Jordan minutes before hitting the Championship-winning shot, 1997 NBA Finals.

  • Lonne Lou
    Lonne Lou 3 months ago +38

    Miami's bench is the type of players you should want on your team. And, their coach is not afraid to trust them to take over that game if needed. Their three point shooting is second to none. The Bigs on both of these teams can actually shoot, block and defend. Great basketball players always use the off season to work on their weaknesses and perfect their game and body.

    • Mike
      Mike 3 months ago +7

      The bench label is bogus because it really doesn’t matter at all for these guys when they get in the game as long as they get playing time. Look at Gabe and Duncan balling.

    • luckerooni
      luckerooni 3 months ago +1

      @Mike Gabe starts, but I get what you mean. It feels like an actual 8-9 man rotation instead of 5 good players and 5 guys that give them rest and you hope they don't give up too many points. The only questionable guy on the entire Heat squad is Cody he's just clearly not that guy which is funny considering unlike the rest, he was actually a lottery draft pick.

    • Ahmet Turgut
      Ahmet Turgut 3 months ago

      @luckerooni spot on. O. Yurtseven is a lot more talented 🤷‍♂️

  • Aj Wallace
    Aj Wallace 3 months ago +1

    This was amazing! Shoutout to Steve Kerr for doing this man we really don’t get to hear him break the game down like this anymore… he will most definitely be a top commentator whenever he decides to stop coaching his insight is crazy!

  • J C
    J C 3 months ago +2

    I have to say...I never liked Draymond's game much (I have no doubts about his ability and affect on the game), but his podcast is really, really good. His analysis is real and super insightful. It's damn refreshing to listen to him talk about the games vs. all the other non-player so called "experts" who have absolutely no ability to analyze and dissect the game. Super refreshing to hear Draymond talk basketball. Love it!

  • D E
    D E 3 months ago +69

    Good assessment Steve, make them do something different. Strategy matters when facing a Goliath wall of talent. So good to hear from you, what a special treat😊. Thanks D as well, you have a good show.🎉🏀😎🥂

  • Christian Aspen
    Christian Aspen 3 months ago +4

    Great episode! Two of the most intelligent basketball minds ever. So cool to hear them break it down. Must see if you love basketball!

  • Aaron Gayden
    Aaron Gayden 3 months ago +3

    It's so great to hear them talk strategy and winning culture and collaboration. It's great to hear Dray own his stuff. Great basketball minds. I'm a Laker fan to the bone. I've lived in the North for over a decade and a half now and live in SF. I gladly claim citizenship in both Laker Nation and Dub Nation. I'm pulling for the Nuggets because their Western Conference. But Riles is always a Laker to me and I love Heat Culture... NBA DRAMA!

  • Zoni Nor-Cal
    Zoni Nor-Cal 3 months ago +19

    We are so freaking happy to have both of you in the BAY.

  • aznpanda510x
    aznpanda510x 2 months ago

    I always come back to this podcast because I would love dray and Kerr talk about basketball all day. You can tell dray and Kerr be in the film room a lot

  • Kai Tuites
    Kai Tuites 3 months ago +6

    Feel the love in this podcast. Love to you both

  • The Kanthal Kid
    The Kanthal Kid 3 months ago +11

    Kuminga and Poole need to watch this episode, especially when Kerr was talking about players not getting sad if they aren't playing, and always staying ready. Truly buying into the TEAM and winning.

    • ubon wang
      ubon wang 3 months ago +2

      Kerr and vets should look at h themselves. Btw Poole helped them win last year championship. You seem to have a short memory

    • The Kanthal Kid
      The Kanthal Kid 3 months ago +3

      @ubon wang No I remember very well, but you aren’t judged on how you act during success, but how you act during failure and hardship. Poole showed his true colors this season and post-season. I have a #3 Jersey hanging in my closet, so it bums me out, but he is not emotionally part of this team anymore.

    • Tim Kono
      Tim Kono 3 months ago

      There was a lot of speculation about that. Was Kerr calling out his youngsters? Maybe. Likely? Whatever the suspicion level is, when you play for a championship team, you care about whatever it takes to get your team wins. Not your own stats or your playing time or your feelings. You can complain about playing time when you are off to a losing team where you get to be everything you want to be. However, you aren’t winning. Just padding your stats.
      Poole helped them win a championship last year, but in more of a support role off the bench. This year, he was quick to sulk and complain when plays or calls didn’t go his way. He also had a hard time coming off the bench. He did well for a stretch when he started, but when steph came back after injury, he had to go back to the bench again. He never really recovered after that. He had flashes, but he never looked like he was in sync with the rest of the team. I think Kuminga will forever be in a support role as long as Wiggins is here or unless Wiggins tails off next year. They essentially play the same position and last year, nobody outside of the team knew that Wiggins would have that kind of year. Moody got his minutes increased over Kuminga because he’s always ready and he makes key plays for the team. He may miss a shot or mess up but more likely than not this year, he was always involved in a key play for the Dubs.

    • d t
      d t 3 months ago

      ​@ubon wang he is just not a winning player pretty simple even last year

  • Willie Griggs
    Willie Griggs 3 months ago +1

    I have to say that I like Draymond's Podcast. Very knowledgeable from a player's perspective and asks open ended questions that really engage his guests within the conversation. Overall, great work and awesome content. I could see him transitioning to an analyst after his playing career is over.

  • allfamyankee85
    allfamyankee85 3 months ago +14

    Great conversation!! I'm digging the champions only conversation and focusing on the strategies and what it takes to make it happen! I love how modest ya are and saw how at moments dray would get timid, that's respect! This was great, lots of knowledge, I laughed how Steve reeled in dray for almost exposing the mechanism they have to winning, can't say too much 😂 this was awesome! Thanks!

  • Lêgacy
    Lêgacy 3 months ago +7

    Dray - You & the players are changing the game. I no longer rely on ESPN or any of the traditional sports media for basketball breakdown. I go straight to your podcast and JJ Redick's podcast. There's no bs, no fluff, no unnecessary yelling. Just quality content and great insight.

    • Mike
      Mike 3 months ago +1

      Redick works for ESPN though lol

    • Lêgacy
      Lêgacy 3 months ago

      @Mike Facts! He does. And he's a breath of fresh air on there. He is part of the new media movement. Which I'm all for.

  • cmann517
    cmann517 3 months ago +2

    Well done Draymond. ❤ This episode. Give this man his flowers.

  • Jamario Wilkins
    Jamario Wilkins 3 months ago +1

    What a great conversation, just great to see real basketball talk (what’s burning, JJ, and dray) instead of narratives all the time

  • Rob's Retro Gaming
    Rob's Retro Gaming  3 months ago +1

    Dray is a real student of the game. Coach Kerr is a current legend! Great Xs and Os talk!

  • James Maguire
    James Maguire 3 months ago +4

    Glad to see Kerr on here and glad to hear what Kerr said about the importance of draymond being on the warriors. Hopefully they can work it out where draymond will be back. Would not feel right to see the warriors big 3 separated.

  • YT Entertainment
    YT Entertainment  3 months ago +4

    Appreciate the "Non Bias" analysis Dray, you and Kerr are very intellectual basketball minds.

  • Michael White
    Michael White 3 months ago +4

    That is amazing he had Steve Kerr on there talking hoops and talking about this heat and nuggets series which is getting more and more interesting.🏀

  • Nascondino
    Nascondino 3 months ago +34

    LOVE Coach Kerr. Great episode.

  • Andre Doe
    Andre Doe 3 months ago +1

    This sit down meeting of championship minds is str8 gold

  • Brian St.bernard
    Brian St.bernard 3 months ago +20

    Steve Kerr is underrated as a coach he’s played next to the best player ever and coached the best shooter ever.definitely greatness

  • Dee
    Dee 3 months ago +26

    Coach Kerr looks rested! Ready for another run! LET's GO!

  • Jim Brunsman
    Jim Brunsman 3 months ago +62

    Two basketball savants with excellent analysis. Steve Kerr is a terrific coach and a really good person. Dray is a very smart player...

    • JB
      JB 3 months ago

      Green is a savant? Lmao

    • Daniela Bata Bogdanov
      Daniela Bata Bogdanov 3 months ago +3

      @JB Savant= a very learned or talented person, especially one distinguished in a particular field of science or the arts.. If Draymond is not learned and talented when it comes to basketball then i don´t get you

    • Liam Fish
      Liam Fish 3 months ago

      @JB yea he’s in the NBA

  • Tim Kono
    Tim Kono 3 months ago +8

    Really love the discussion/insight and strategy involved. This is absolutely for basketball lovers and not for the casual fan.

  • norman go
    norman go 3 months ago +6

    Love this episode. Says a lot about their relationship.

  • D Arn
    D Arn 3 months ago

    Everytime I watch your show begin to respect you more and more as a player and a great analyst of the game

  • Tutubee 🐝
    Tutubee 🐝 3 months ago +2

    Another great show from the one and only, but this one is special‼️Thanks Dray👍🏽

  • Rene John-Sandy
    Rene John-Sandy 3 months ago

    Love that assessment with Joker and Murray taking that shot in the the first quarter, respectfully can be said about the Heat with Kevin Love and Gabe Vincent. Love missed Vincent in the corner for an open three. After the play Love went over to Vincent to apologize about it and they gave each other a genuine hug. Shows the culture of two great teams.

  • Tee Ra
    Tee Ra 3 months ago +11

    Best NBA podcast by far, draymond ask and answer the questions you want 🤙

  • Chris Villanueva
    Chris Villanueva 3 months ago +10

    Love this. Steve kerr giving us insight. Also the champions edition is sooo cool

  • D Arn
    D Arn 3 months ago

    You are great at articulating the intricacies of the game that have the ultimate effect on a win or a loss that most people do not discuss

  • ozoneflysurfer
    ozoneflysurfer 3 months ago +2

    Amazing content from two great champions. Watching Miami work in game 2 I couldnt help thinking of the scene from Rocky 4 "You got him hurt bad. Now he's worried. You cut him! You hurt him! You see? You see? He's not a machine! He's a man!"

  • Tobias Kober
    Tobias Kober 3 months ago

    We need more of this, that was great 🔥🙌

  • DvN
    DvN 3 months ago +2

    Love this casual chatter with the great Steve Kerr...keep these collabs goin!

  • joceja23
    joceja23 3 months ago +1

    This is what we want dray. The smartest basketball minds discussing their opinions on how the game is being played.

  • J Dol
    J Dol 3 months ago +18

    You hear people say that Kerr is lucky to have his three stars but you see plenty of teams with great stars underperform. It is clear that Coach Kerr is able to relate to his players in a way that makes them feel comfortable using what they bring to the table to add to the teams greatness. Also, the passing at times with this team has almost seemed like it should be criminal. There have been playoff games where I literally felt sorry for the opponent because it was clear that they had no chance. How many players who have been considered mid level talent and have come to the Warriors and shined and then moved on to continue their mediocre careers? I am curious now that Dre has announced his retirement if there are plans to add him as an assistant coach? He seems like a dude who would be the perfect next head coach for the Warriors and Coach Kerr can move into full time management again?

    • Lamonica King
      Lamonica King 3 months ago

      When did he announce his retirement

    • Ridge Thomas
      Ridge Thomas 3 months ago

      For real. Also what Dynasty didn’t have great players and a great coach? Phil Jackson with the Bulls and the Lakers, he had Jordan & Pippen, Kobe and Shaq. Pop had Duncan and Robinson, as well as Parker, Ginobli, Kawhi, Tony Allen. The Warriors have Steph, Klay, Dray. Someone said Kerr was given a Ferrari as a rookie NBA head coach, that’s a lot of pressure and not a given you will do well. Also, it may look nice but if you aren’t able to drive it you’re not going anywhere.

    • Ridge Thomas
      Ridge Thomas 3 months ago

      They definitely respect Kerr because he was on the Bulls Dynasty 2nd 3 peat as well as the Spurs dynasty and had 5 chips as a player. That definitely helps, especially his 3 point shooting history ( beat all time % wise ) so that helped with Steph and Klay. I’d imagine that’s a big reason he got hired in the first place with that backcourt

    • Ridge Thomas
      Ridge Thomas 3 months ago

      @Lamonica King pretty sure it was known to likely happen after this season early on. He wasn’t getting much playing time, probably feels it’s time to hang it up.

    • Lamonica King
      Lamonica King 3 months ago

      @Ridge Thomas did u hear this recently from them

  • Galactic Gas
    Galactic Gas 3 months ago

    This was a great episode. Literally learned so much from it. No joke

  • Jeremy B
    Jeremy B 3 months ago

    Part 2 between these two is a must in the future

  • Beef Rockmore
    Beef Rockmore 3 months ago

    This was extremely interesting listening to these two who are highly knowledgeable about basketball.

  • Timothy Keung
    Timothy Keung 3 months ago +4

    It’s so awesome to get a coach perspective, not to mention that’s Steve Kerr! So great

  • Jev San
    Jev San 3 months ago +5

    Jamal got aggressive offensively too late, but with the Heat knocking down their makeable 3s it's always a win for them

  • SheenyRecords
    SheenyRecords Month ago

    Enjoying this podcast Draymond. Hope you can get IT on here someday 😄

  • Linstelle B
    Linstelle B 3 months ago

    Hey Draymond, that's a great idea!💯
    Please continue this format and invite players and coaches to analyze playoff games 🪄🪄

  • Hey Arnold
    Hey Arnold 3 months ago +53

    The defense from Miami was scary last night they’ve played some great defense this postseason but nothing better than this

    • KJ
      KJ 3 months ago

      Defense wins championships, so they say!!

    • Self Love
      Self Love 3 months ago

      but defense is loss right. its pure offense nowadays right

    • DarylAndrew
      DarylAndrew 3 months ago

      And still was only a one basket win on an off night for Nuggets. Nuggets needed more defense, and this would have been a much different game.

    • KJ
      KJ 3 months ago

      @DarylAndrew out of 20 bad calls Game 2, 15 benefited Denver! The Refs kept you in the game, remember that:

    • KJ
      KJ 3 months ago

      @DarylAndrew Heat fans have heard this all playoffs, just another guy saying maybe could’ve would’ve… typical

  • Alfred Morris
    Alfred Morris 3 months ago +1

    I don’t watch every episode dray but this has been my favorite from you. You’re getting better at this keep working.

  • Marco Songco
    Marco Songco 3 months ago +18

    Finally !!! This is hands down the best reaction show

  • Trevor Nienhuis
    Trevor Nienhuis 3 months ago +3

    That balance of hating Green on the court, and loving him off the court is really tough for me to deal with.

  • Meth Salad
    Meth Salad 3 months ago

    Pleasantly surprising, seeing how cerebral Draymond really is. I remember reading somewhere a while ago that Draymond is a great player to have on the roster for younger players to learn from. Definitely true.

  • JE
    JE 3 months ago

    Thank you DG! Most inspiring podcast out.

  • Matt
    Matt 3 months ago

    Steve Kerr is someone we can all look up to in life.

  • Rafael Orraca
    Rafael Orraca 3 months ago

    Anytime Kerr is on I’ll watch. Very thoughtful and insightful. Great leader and human being.

  • NJtoTX
    NJtoTX 3 months ago +1

    Loved it! This was only missing a discussion of the final play, from both sides. Time out, fouling on the floor, etc.

  • Chris
    Chris 3 months ago +44

    Getting insight from one of the greatest minds in the history of the NBA like this is going to be incredible.

  • k-clarke
    k-clarke 3 months ago

    So good! Thank you, Draymond and Coach Kerr.

  • John C. Wrigley
    John C. Wrigley 3 months ago

    This is the best analysis on the NBA, amazing content by Draymond Green

  • RVD
    RVD 3 months ago

    In my opinion, two of the greatest "winners" the Warriors could have ever acquired, as well as the top two minds on the team. This is why I can't imagine Draymond not being a Warrior in the future, or Kerr retiring as coach.
    Thanks to you both for enriching the latter part of my life to such a degree. And just like Kerr factually stated, I was a fan of the Warriors way back when they were a league-wide joke. I used to pray [honestly] that they would stop trading our best players for damn near laughable ones, but the hell just wouldn't end. Then the ownership changed, as well as a significant portion of the front office on down, and we developed a culture that Oakland could finally be proud of. And today, DubNation's Warriors stands firmly as one of history's greatest NBA teams because [in very large part] of these two people.

  • Jon Goodface
    Jon Goodface 3 months ago

    More Kerr please for post finals analysis😬👌🏽