VIDEO: Kerr: ‘If I could do it all over again, I would be Klay’

VIDEO: Kerr: 'If I could do it all over again, I would be Klay'

OAKLAND — Steve Kerr is all about China Klay.

Asked about the Splash brother’s epic summer, the Golden State Warriors head coach offered up the following:

“If I could to it all over again, I would be Klay [Thompson],” Kerr said with a smile at Friday’s media day.

“I mean that,” Kerr continued. “I want to be Klay. He’s got it figured out. He just wants to play hoop and have fun and play with his dog. The most low maintenance guy on earth.”

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