Steve Kerr Says Changes Are Coming For 3-6 Warriors

The Golden State Warriors have lost four straight games on their current road trip, and head coach Steve Kerr has seen enough. He says that changes are coming to the rotation. 

We're going to have to make some adjustments, make some changes," said Kerr after the latest debacle. "We've had nine games now. We've had a decent look at combinations. So it's time to try something different." 

Does this mean that 2021 lottery pick Jonathan Kuminga will finally get to break into the rotation, he was asked?

"Oh, everybody's going to get a chance to play. We've got guys who are dying to get on the floor. We've got to find combinations that click. We'll discuss that as a staff and we'll figure that out."

Kuminga has only played 10 minutes per game thus far, averaging 2.7 points and 1.8 rebounds. 

Tonight's game in New Orleans against the Pelicans will get a whole bunch of bench players on the floor, as the Warriors have announced that Steph Curry, Klay Thomspon, Draymond Green and Andrew Wiggins are all out.

The Warriors are 3-6 and in 12th in the Western Conference. 

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