The Secret to the Golden State Warriors’ Third Quarter Dominance

“Kerr does not want to be the only voice in the room — far from it, in fact. He has carved out time for others to speak. Once Kerr finishes making his main points, the associate head coach, Mike Brown, often speaks to the group. Then, the senior assistant coaches, Ron Adams and Jarron Collins, add their thoughts. Kerr likes to close by seeking input from the players, too, especially in the playoffs.”

The NBA champion Golden State Warriors consistently dominate the third quarter of games, so the New York Times looked into what the Warriors do at halftime that leads to their third quarter success.

The details of how they approach halftime are fascinating, and the tactics could likely improve the leadership, culture, and strategic approach of just about any business.

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