"I don't think he's been any different with KD out in terms of his leadership. He's still just Steph," Kerr said. "He's humble and cocky at the same time, which is why we like him. He's a very humble, modest human being, which the guys respect. And he's an arrogant basketball player, which is what you need to be a superstar. He believes in himself and he goes out there looking to light it up every night. You take him off the floor you won't find a kinder, gentler human being. It's a pretty powerful force."
"You don't have to be great friends to be great teammates," coach Steve Kerr said, "but I think it helps."
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