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Steve Kerr is a decorated figure, and perhaps also the luckiest one in the history of the game. In his 13 seasons of playing in the league as a sniping, significant role player, he managed to share the court with some of the league’s greatest players and helped them gather plenty of rings. And now holding a drawing board, he is blessed enough to be the main strategist of the Golden State Warriors.

In both of these tenures in the league, Kerr experienced playing with the legendary Michael Jordan and guiding the greatest shooter in history, Stephen Curry. And when he was asked by a random fan named Maurice Koenig on which he will choose between the two, he had a hilarious answer.

“Maaannnnn! What, are you gonna put this on Twitter?”

Kerr was a glorious piece of the Chicago Bulls’ second three-peat in the 90s as a marksman and a clutch performer who knocked down the title-clinching shot via Jordan’s dime in Game 6 of the 1997 NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz. On the other hand, his midas touch propelled the competitive system of the Dubs and unleashed the true potential of Stephen Curry — establishing one of the most remarkable dynasties in this modern era.

The answer will always be subjective if you ask someone around. But, from Kerr’s point of view, comparing apples and oranges is pointless as he will remain sentimental and thankful for indelible times with the two of the all-time greats.

But, the bottomline here is we have to appreciate every player and know their respective important contributions in the game.