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'Hopefully some good comes of it': Warriors coach Steve Kerr spoke at length about Colin Kaepernick's protest over social injustice

The Golden State Warriors are hoping to continue to the conversation brought forth by Colin Kaepernick's national anthem protest and find ways to move the cause forward. Warriors coach Steve Kerr was a guest on ESPN's Zach Lowe's podcast, "The Lowe Post," and spoke at length about the social injustice and unrest in the US at this time. He said the Warriors plan to discuss what they can do to help people like Kaepernick move the conversation forward.
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