Steve Kerr simplified the Warriors’ offense, but now what?

Going into this season, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr preached patience, and understandably so. The Warriors hadn’t played in nine months, Stephen Curry played in just five games in little more than a year because of a broken hand and Klay Thompson suffered a devastating Achilles tear sidelining him for the second straight season. Plus, GM Bob Myers was handing Kerr a turned-over roster whose core had been rebuilt since the dynasty days. New cornerstone Andrew Wiggins had played only one game with Curry and zero minutes alongside Draymond Green, and the team had to balance developing No. 2 ov…

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