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- Dr. Marshall Klaus, maternity-ward reformer, dies
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- Steve Kerr leans on playing experience to manage Warriors’ deep roster
By Connor Letourneau - Friday Nov 10, 2017
Long before he coined the Warriors’ “Strength in Numbers” catchphrase, Steve Kerr was a frustrated reserve guard for the Cleveland Cavaliers. It was 1991, and Kerr — his career still stalled in his fourth NBA season — was beginning to contemplate life after basketball. To exorcise his annoyance, Kerr sought out post-practice games of 3-on-3 and ran miles on the treadmill after games in which he did not play. Midway through the season, when a teammate’s injury forced him into the starting lineup for 20 games, Kerr showed off his shooting range and stopped pondering an early retirement.