Watch: The Last Dance star mimics Jurgen Klopp’s ‘f*cking giants’ talk


If, like us, you’ve been hooked on the Netflix series ‘The Last Dance’, you will have become familiar with the unassuming nature of former Chicago Bulls player Steve Kerr.

While the series focuses on Michael Jordan as the catalyst for the Bulls’ unprecedented success, Kerr is one of the more unheralded members of the team, famously hitting the 1997 title-winning shot with just seconds remaining.

Kerr now works as head coach of another NBA dynasty, the Golden State Warriors, and is known as a big admirer of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.

Footage has now emerged on Twitter of Kerr, speaking after the Warriors beat the Houston Rockets in game five of last year’s Western Conference semi-finals, using Klopp’s words following Liverpool’s stunning Champions League comeback against Barcelona, which took place the night before.

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