Golden State Warriors: Is Steve Kerr growing tired of big personalities?

HOUSTON, TX - MAY 28: Head coach Steve Kerr, Kevin Durant #35 and Draymond Green #23 of the Golden State Warriors react in the fourth quarter of Game Seven of the Western Conference Finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs against the Houston Rockets at Toyota Center on May 28, 2018 in Houston, Texas. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
HOUSTON, TX - MAY 28: Head coach Steve Kerr, Kevin Durant #35 and Draymond Green #23 of the Golden State Warriors react in the fourth quarter of Game Seven of the Western Conference Finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs against the Houston Rockets at Toyota Center on May 28, 2018 in Houston, Texas. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images) /
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Golden State Warriors’ head coach Steve Kerr was not happy with Draymond Green, the team’s emotional leader, following their loss to Phoenix.

If you thought all was good in the Bay, you may want to think again. After a four-point loss to the West’s worst team, the Golden State Warriors’ Steve Kerr was fired up, and it looked like he took his rage out on Draymond Green.

He didn’t necessarily confront Green, but when talking to his coaching staff, it looked like Kerr said, “I’m so [expletive] tired of Draymond’s [expletive].” This is not a good look for the team trying to reach their fifth straight Finals.

On top of the team preparing for their fifth straight Finals run, the Dubs will be looking to extend Green within the next year and also have to consider how they want to handle Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson’s contract situation this offseason.

If both Thompson and Durant want to stay, Green could be the odd man out. After this season, it doesn’t seem hard to believe that the Dubs may start to devalue Green. Green’s having one of the worst seasons of his career.

The 29-year-old is averaging more rebounds and assists than points. At just 7.0 per game, Green hasn’t contributed much on the offensive end. However, he is the team’s best fastbreak leader, thriving in the open court.

Green has value, but whether he has max contract value on the Golden State Warriors star-loaded roster is a different question. At the same time, this whole conversation could be flipped and Steve Kerr could look like the villain.

Kerr has put with Green for over four seasons. Add on Durant last season and Cousins this season, and it’s certainly not an easy job to help these personalities flow. For Kerr, maybe having to monitor all this personality 24/7 is finally wearing his patience down.

Just a short time ago, we saw Kerr called out the team for not playing angry enough while Durant almost said the exact opposite. While the words about Green is clearly the most prominent exactly, Kerr has been at a crossroads with his star players several times this season.

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