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According to StatMuse, Steve Kerr has won 33% of the last 27 NBA Finals. 

Kerr won five NBA Championships while playing with the Chicago Bulls and San Antonio Spurs (three with Chicago and two with San Antonio).  

As a head coach, he has won four NBA Championships after the Golden State Warriors beat the Boston Celtics in Game 6 of the NBA Finals in June.   

With the Bulls, Kerr was part of the legendary dynasty that featured Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen.  

The franchise won three NBA Championships in a row two different times during the 90's. 

Kerr was part of the team for the second time they won three in a row. 

He actually won four titles in a row, because after he left the Bulls in 1998, he won the 1999 NBA Championship with the Spurs. 

Ironically, the Warriors have been arguably the best dynasty since the Bulls in the 1990s, and Kerr has been the head coach of them for all four titles. 

In 2020 and 2021 they missed the NBA Playoffs, but prior to that they had made the NBA Finals five times in a row and won three titles in that time span.

This year, they picked up right where they left off. 

Their best player Steph Curry is still just 34-year-old, and Draymond Green and Klay Thompson are just 32. 

Therefore, it's safe to say that they could definitely be competing for titles for several more years. 

They also have tons of young talent on the roster.