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When Guillermo Hilarious Asked Steve Kerr About A Threesome Instead Of A Three-Peat: "I'd Be Excited For Either One."

When Guillermo Hilarious Asked Steve Kerr How He Felt About A Threesome Instead Of A Three-Peat: "I'd Be Excited For Either One."

The Golden State Warriors are in yet another NBA Finals after having an easy road to the 2022 edition of the big series. The Dubs easily got rid of the Denver Nuggets in the first round of the playoffs, then had to fight hard against the Memphis Grizzlies before taking down the Dallas Mavericks in five games. 

Now, they're facing the Boston Celtics for the Larry O'Brien trophy, and the challenge is a lot harder for the. Still, the Warriors have plenty of good memories from the Finals, as they won three of their five championship series. They also have bad memories and some funny ones that are worth remembering every now and then.

Back in 2019, when the Warriors faced off the Toronto Raptors in the Finals, everybody was talking about their chances to become the first team since the Los Angeles Lakers at the start of the 2000s to three-peat. Jimmy Kimmel Live's Guillermo wanted to learn how Steve Kerr felt about that possibility, but he used a different expression to describe winning three titles in a row. 

In a hilarious exchange with Kerr, Guillermo asked him how excited he was about the 'threesome'. 

Guillermo: Are you excited for threesome? 

Kerr: For what?

Guillermo: For a threesome, three years in a row

Kerr: Oh yeah you meant three-peat, oh yeah, I’d be excited for either one.

Kerr was initially shocked by the question, but he played it off and gave a fun response too. The former multiple champion is one of the coolest people in the league and is always making jokes about anything. He also takes social matters very seriously and won't hesitate to voice his frustrations, but most of the time, we see Kerr having fun and laughing with people. 

The Golden State Warriors will have the chance to even the 2022 Finals this Sunday at Chase Center, trying to get revenge on the Celtics, who shocked them in Game 1 after a 40-16 4th quarter.