"There are times when I get a T specifically to get the team going," Kerr said. "Not always. Sometimes I just snap. But other times it's calculated. I try to gauge where the team is and what we need."
Kerr went on to say that both he and Green have a lot of similarities.
"Draymond and I are actually more alike than you think," Kerr said. "We both have the propensity to snap because we're both incredibly competitive. We both lose it sometimes. That's just the way it is."
Kerr said that both he and his players need to learn how to reign that in a bit.
"We've got to get more poised, and take care of our own business, and focus on our play and not anything else," Kerr said.
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