Steve Kerr: Letting Warriors players run timeouts not 'earth-shattering news'

Kerr's players were in charge of everything Monday from shootaround to the game, which was a 129-83 rout of the Suns.

Steve Kerr doesn't understand what all the fuss is about.

During his Tuesday appearance on 95.7 The Game in San Francisco, the Warriors coach discussed letting his players coach during Monday's 129-83 win over the Suns and the unimportance of that decision.

"I've been quickly reminded today of what an insane world we live in, and how everything now is just a story and constantly judged and picked apart," Kerr said, adding that "it's the world we live in so everyone is going to debate it and whether it's a controversy or not it has to become one I guess."

The players were in charge of everything Monday from shootaround in the morning to the game that night. Kerr reiterated the choice had "nothing to do with me being disrespectful" toward the opponent and revealed he may even do it again in the future.

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"I don't think it's something we would do often, but I think it's a good exercise," Kerr said. "It's a nine-month season. ... This is every single day for seven, eight, nine months depending on how your team does. And so everything gets pretty monotonous. I think you've got to do your best in the NBA to keep things light and loose and occasionally throw the team a curveball. So I can see doing it again one time, a couple times. We'll see."

If their rout of the Suns was any indication, the defending NBA champions can come together as a team and be trusted without their coach.