Steve Kerr on Stephen Curry: “I have no doubt that he’s working his tail off and he’s going to have a phenomenal season for us”

March 8, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr (left) talks to guard Stephen Curry (30) after an injury against the San Antonio Spurs during the first quarter at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Steve Kerr gave an update on the physical condition of the superstar of the Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry.

The head coach of the Warriors believes Curry will have a ”phenomenal” season next year, as he has been working really hard to be in the best shape ever.

“I just saw Steph a few weeks ago, maybe two weeks before this camp started. Maybe I’m wrong, maybe it was three weeks before camp.

But, he was coming into our building quite a bit and getting plenty of work in and he looked in amazing shape. It’s not at all surprising. I’ve never been around anybody who prepares any better than Steph. He’s going to leave no stone unturned.

We’ve been in touch and texted in the last week, and I have no doubt that he’s working his tail off and he’s going to have a phenomenal season for us.

There’s little doubt in my mind because I’ve seen the conditioning and the work that he’s put in, and he looks better than ever,” Kerr said, via NBC Sports Bay Area.

The Warriors finished the 2019/20 season with the worst record in the NBA (15-50).

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