Warriors coach Kerr makes emotional gun control plea

Warriors Coach Steve Kerr, pictured here in Cleveland on June 16, 2016, lost his father when he was gunned down in the hallway outside his office at the American University of BeirutGolden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr, whose father was murdered by a violent Islamic group in 1984, has made a passionate plea for stronger background checks on US gun purchases. Kerr spoke Friday on a podcast by San Jose Mercury News sports columnist Tim Kawakami about the Warriors’ loss to Cleveland in the NBA Finals then took the conversation into politics. “Our government is insane,” Kerr said, for failing to pass gun control legislation.

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