Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr celebrates with fans during the championship parade Thursday in Oakland, California.

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His post-UA career is a five-part harmony: 1, He played for five NBA championship teams, draining the clinching shot in the 1997 NBA Finals for the Chicago Bulls; 2, He became the lead analyst for TNT/CBS during the NCAA tournament from 2003-07; 3, He became general manager of the Phoenix Suns from 2007-10; 4, He returned to CBS/TNT for three more NCAA tournaments; 5, He became the head coach of the Golden State Warriors, winning 2015 and 2017 NBA championships and posting a 207-39 record.

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