By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerry was ejected in the third quarter of the team’s preseason game on Monday night. The Warriors were playing the Phoenix Suns at Oracle Arena.
Kerr was ejected in the third quarter at the 11:51 mark with the Suns leading 61-57. Something caused Kerry to receive two technical fouls and be ejected from the contest.
After being ejected, as Mike Brown looked to protect the head coach, he waves bye to the official, as he leaves the court.
The Warriors were already without Klay Thompson and Draymond Green in the game. Brown had to coach the rest of the team.
The Suns actually won the game, 117-109, just hours after the team fired its general manager Ryan McDonough.
The Warriors have two more preseason games left before they open the regular season on Tuesday, October 16th, 2018 against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Both of the remaining preseason games are against the Los Angeles Lakers.
With the ejection happening in the preseason, it means very little. Kerr could be back on the sidelines on Wednesday night against the Lakers, or in the preseason finale against the Lakers on Friday night.
He will definitely be on the sidelines on Tuesday against the Thunder when the Warriors receive their Championship rings.
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