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Love your interviews Lowell…I think Kerr is a good guy, a very nice man who works hard and does not put on a false face. I think you like real people and it shows here…Steve Kerr was shown to us very well by you, thanks!
Just curious….where in the Bay Area does Kerr live? What city?
Love that kind of interview Lowell.
He is nearly the perfect everyman coach paired with his team of everyman players. Even though they are superstars all around.
I think I might him even more.
“I love the smell of dinner cooking and the noise from the kids getting home from school.” Isn’t that great? Like something out of a novel.
I give you credit Lowell , for another angle, that was never written about Kerr. All of the coaches here seem to be nice guys, although it would be interesting to do that approach with Chip Kelly, Kerr is a honest guy, Kelly not so sure.
Neal, I would have to know Chip a lot better and trust Chip a lot more before I would try that. Happy Passover
Same to you Lowell. I am visiting my wife’s family in Point Blank Texas, about 600 people, 90 minutes from Houston, don’t think there is a Jew or a synagogue in site.
I appreciated this very much, an excellent “men at work” style profile in brief.
Count me among those who hope you have not abandoned the prospect of writing more full-length books.
Great article. Much more interesting to me than what NFL teams may do or not. When will you discuss authors with Kerr?
Dan, I rarely discuss books. Oh, I do with Grant and my wife, but that’s about it. It’s a private activity for me, very personal. Good luck to Steve Kerr and his reading.
Lowell Cohn, retired columnist for the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, covered sports for almost 40 years and never ran out of things to say.