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Before Steve Kerr was the head coach for the Golden State Warriors, he was teammates with Tim Duncan in San Antonio for four seasons, so when the two met on the sidelines at the All-Star Game as coach and player, some good natured ribbing was inevitable.  

By Extra Mustard
February 16, 2015

Before Steve Kerr was the head coach for the Golden State Warriors, he was teammates with Tim Duncan in San Antonio for four seasons, so when the two met on the sidelines at the All-Star Game as coach and player, some good natured ribbing was inevitable.

It began at the All-Star practice when Kerr announced he would be running Duncan into the ground. 

Duncan responded by questioning Kerr's in-game coaching skills.

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In Duncan's defense, Kerr's play designs were not too sharp on Sunday night.

[SportsGrid]

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