'Idiot' fan interrupts Steve Kerr's media session after Warriors' win vs Magic




 

Steve Kerr was just trying to get through his postgame media scrum on Friday night.

His Warriors had just finished beating the Magic 133-112 at the Amway Center in Orlando.

After answering a question about Kevin Durant's ejection and his conversation with the referee that threw Durant out, a mysterious voice shouted a strange question at Kerr.

"Why didn't you put Nick Young in? Why didn't you put Nick Young in earlier?" someone asked.

"Sorry, there's an idiot back there saying something. Anybody else have a question?" Kerr responded.

The man wasn't done. He left with one last comment.

"Swaggy P," the man said.

To the fans' disappointment, Young played just 2:26 in the game.

According to The Athletic's Anthony Slater, their is a restaurant located near the visiting team's locker room and the person shouting during Kerr's media session was a drunk fan.

Watch the interaction here:


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