Kerr believes 'something good' will happen despite Warriors' road skid
Steve Kerr is keeping a positive attitude amid the Golden State Warriors' recent road struggles.
The Warriors extended their road losing streak to 10 games Friday with a 127-119 loss to the Atlanta Hawks, but Kerr remains optimistic about how the rest of the season will play out for his team.
"Proud of our guys' effort. We had our chances. We had several shots in the last couple minutes to take the lead and just couldn't get anything to go," the Warriors head coach said postgame. "But love the effort, love the energy. These guys are fighting. I believe in them. I believe something good's gonna happen happen with this group. We just gotta keep fighting and keep moving forward."
With Friday's loss, the Warriors are now 7-28 on the road this season and have an overall record of 36-35. They'll remain on the road for their next three games before returning home on March 24 for four straight.
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