It looks like Steve Kerr decided he was going to take the game off tonight.
In a move only guys like Kerr could pull off, the Warriors head coach handed the clipboard over to forward Andre Iguodala during a timeout and stood off to the side while Iggy gathered around the team and attempted to be a player-coach in their contest against the Suns.
What better way to figure out exactly what's going on in the player's heads than to just give them the keys to car, step back, and just observe?
And that's exactly what Kerr did.
Kerr is letting the players coach against the Suns tonight pic.twitter.com/Ty9inJVLtQ— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 13, 2018
Love 'em or hate 'em, one thing's for sure. You can't call the Warriors uncreative. They think up new ways every game to have us in awe. We can just add this latest example to the list.
With the players serving as the coaches in the contest, it'll be interesting to see how the team fairs.
Is there any truth to the idea that anybody can coach this team?
For now, the answer to that lies in the hands of Iguodala's ability to lead the troops as the game wanes.