Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr wanted his team to watch the end of the Masters, where Tiger Woods reigned supreme.
"Everybody was pretty excited", Kerr told reporters.
In the biggest sports storyline of the weekend Tiger Woods won his first major since 2008. The American star's career was then side-tracked by injuries and off-the-course issues. I thought there could be a chance that the Warriors allow the Clippers to hang around, but they came out with the right intensity and took care of business despite all the player ejections.
"Those are great lessons".
The two-time MVP and three-time National Basketball Association champion wanted to do what everyone else was doing on Sunday after Tiger Woods captured his fifth Masters championship and congratulate the 15-time major victor. We've got tons of sports fans and it's just fun.
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"And we know what he's gonna bring to the table - just physicality, mucking up the game a little bit with his physicality, his talking, just everything - that's what he brings to each team he plays on. It's fun to see other athletes do their thing".
The Warriors finished the regular season with a 57-25 record and earned the top seed in the Western Conference playoffs.
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