June 24, 2024

This season, the Golden State Warriors are by no means among the top NBA clubs.

Many blamed head coach Steve Kerr for months, arguing that he was not letting young players like Jonathan Kuminga contribute more to the team.

Former NBA player and current analyst Kendrick Perkins was arguably one of the biggest critics of Kerr since the 2023-24 NBA season started.

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However, Perkins has issued an apology to the veteran head coach for being too harsh on him via NBA on ESPN on Twitter.

“Let me apologize to Steve Kerr ’cause I’ve been critical of him over the last months. It was warranted but I kinda overdid it a little bit,” Perkins said

Perkins apologized to Steve Kerr, but it was far from sincere.

Perkins, after all, didn’t take long to assert that even though the Warriors could be headed in the right path, they are still not among the favorites to win the NBA Championship in 2024.

To be honest, Perkins’ assessment of the Warriors’ ceiling for this season is not wholly incorrect.

With a 24-25 record, the Warriors are presently the 11th seed in the Western Conference.

The fact that they aren’t even currently guaranteed a Play-In Tournament position has undoubtedly caused fans to wonder about Steve Kerr’s approach to leading the team.

As of now, the Warriors are giving plenty of minutes to Jonathan Kuminga, who has responded well to the opportunity.

At the end of the day, the Warriors are seemingly only winning games when Stephen Curry plays well on the floor.

For what it’s worth, the Warriors are currently on a three-game winning streak and have a 4-1 record in their last five games of the season

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