Steve Kerr tells Draymond Green it will be 'hollow' without Bob Myers


Back on March 10, 2019, when the Warriors were in the late stages of a four-point loss to the Phoenix Suns, TV cameras caught Steve Kerr saying he was “sick of Draymond’s s–t”. Four years later, Draymond can laugh about the situation and understand where he’s coming from.

Draymond’s fire is impossible to douse, but outgoing president/general manager Bob Myers was a key communicator with Green. There’s going to be a major void to fill when it comes to Green’s day-to-day relationship with Myers. Kerr knows it too.

On the latest episode of “The Draymond Green Show,” the Warriors forward hosted his coach and the two joked about that 2019 video clip and talked about the impending impact of Myers’ departure.

“Not for one second do I go home and not think, ‘These guys have my back,’” Green told Kerr. “You, Bob, through things that I’ve gone through. The camera caught you one time, like, ‘I’m sick of Draymond’s s–t’ and I had to take a step back, like, ‘I’d be sick of Draymond’s s–t too.’ I understand what you’ve done for me and I understand what Bob’s done for me and what you’ve meant to my life and my career.”

“It’s a collaboration,” Kerr said. “Bob is a huge part of the collaboration. He and I have been partners in this thing for nine years. He hired me. He was here before I was. I don't know what it's going to be like without him. There's already a really hollow feeling just knowing he's not going to be in the building every day."

Want an example of Myers’ impact? Check out this scene from March 28, when Myers came down from his seat behind the Warriors bench to calm down Green during the middle of a game.

Myers’ ability to communicate with Draymond and the rest of the championship core won’t be matched by anyone, no matter successor. It’s a new frontier for the Dubs Dynasty without Myers.

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