Kerr lets Iguodala, West, Draymond run huddle

OAKLAND, Calif. — Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr captured his 250th win on Saturday and then he took some time off on Monday.

During a timeout midway in the first quarter against the young Phoenix Suns, Kerr handed his clipboard to Andre Iguodala to run the huddle.

Iguodala sat in Kerr’s chair breaking down the plays to his teammates while Kerr stood a few feet away with his assistants.

As the game continued, David West received a coaching nod in the huddle as well as Draymond Green, who sat out Monday’s game with a sprained finger.

Green ran most of the timeout huddles throughout the game.

Across the league, players occasionally may run the huddle for a small portion of a timeout, but Kerr’s decision to completely hand the reins over to players multiple times in a game is uncommon.

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