Steve Kerr let the Warriors players coach themselves because they were tired of his voice and they won by 46Get the Full StoryGolden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr claimed he was struggling to reach his players in recent days.
In an attempt to kick-start their input, Kerr put his players in charge of coaching duties for their game against the Phoenix Suns, with three players getting a turn at drawing up plays on the clipboard.
The plan worked, as the Warriors ran away with the game, winning 129-83.
The Golden State Warriors haven't been playing their best basketball of late.
Granted, the Warriors at 70 are still one of the best teams in the NBA, but after going just 3-3 in their previous six games, including a slew of slow starts for the team, head coach Steve Kerr wanted to do something to help his team get out of the rut.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why Shaq turned down being on the cover of a Wheaties box twiceSee Also:Cavs and Lakers pull off a blockbuster trade that sends Isaiah Thomas out of Cleveland just weeks into his disastrous tenureLeBron James went into superhero mode in the final 30 seconds to save a Cavs team on the brink of disasterKristaps Porzingis suffered a serious knee injury when he landed awkwardly on a dunkSEE ALSO: LeBron James was going wild for his new teammates as the Cavs routed the Celtics and ruined Paul Pierce's appreciation night
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