ESPN’s The Last Dance took a deep dive into the history of the ‘90s era Chicago Bulls, which included in-depth conversations with a number of former players. One of these former Bulls was current Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr, who was actually wearing a team shirt during his chat. However, Kerr’s decision to sport Warriors gear wasn’t something he’d necessarily planned:
So it would appear that Steve Kerr’s appearance was due to his rush to get ready for the interview. This is absolutely something all of us can relate to, as each of us has likely forgotten about an appointment or engagement and had to rush to get ready.
Despite everything, Steve Kerr told NBC Sports that he was fine with the fact that he was wearing a Warriors shirt, in the moment. But when he and his family sat down to watch the docuseries, the coach got a bit of unexpected criticism:
This definitely proves that anyone, even a championship-winning coach, can get knocked down a few pegs by his family. Regardless, it’s still good to hear that Steve Kerr was relatively satisfied with his contribution to the documentary.
There are, however, a few other players who weren’t as pleased with their appearances in the docuseries, though it had nothing to do with the way they were dressed. Former Bulls player Horace Grant was unhappy with Michael Jordan accusing him of leaking locker room secrets to the press. Meanwhile, Jordan’s right-hand man, Scottie Pippen, was reportedly “livid” about how he was portrayed.
Steve Kerr was arguably viewed in a more positive light, with many reportedly learning things about the former sharpshooter that they didn’t know. This included the tragic death of his father. With this, you can’t imagine we’ll hear Kerr say much more about his inclusion in the series.
The Last Dance can be streamed on ESPN.com and will also be available to watch on Netflix this summer.
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