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Warriors Are Adding Two Assistants To Coaching Staff

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The Golden State Warriors have been one of the most successful teams in the NBA in recent history.

They have won four championships since 2015, a sign of their dominance over the rest of the league.

While this team has won a lot over the past decade, the past two years haven’t exactly gone to plan.

As a result, the Warriors are looking to shake things up ahead of the 2024-2025 season.

They have already moved on from Klay Thompson, and, according to Adrian Wojnarowski’s latest report, they are on their way to hiring two new assistant coaches: Terry Stotts and Jerry Stackhouse.

The Golden State Warriors are planning to hire Terry Stotts as lead assistant coach and Jerry Stackhouse as an assistant, sources tell ESPN. Both come to Steve Kerr’s staff with significant head coaching experience.

— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 3, 2024

As Wojnarowski highlighted, both Stackhouse and Stotts have a lot of coaching experience, so this could be a great thing for the future of the Warriors.

Moving on from a player like Thompson won’t be easy, and considering how long he played on the team, they could experience some growing pains at first.

With Stackhouse and Stotts’ experience, however, they might be able to help this team transition more smoothly, as they both played in the league and have extensive tenure as coaches as well.

It appears that the Warriors are trying to make the most out of Steph Curry’s last few years in the league, seeing that he is already 36 years old and his time is ticking.

Their championship window could be closing, so it will be interesting to see what other moves they make to try and win another championship in the next few years.

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