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Kerr: Warriors are 'good enough to win a championship'

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Steve Kerr hasn't lost faith in the Golden State Warriors amid their recent struggles.

Following the Warriors' 138-136 overtime loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday night, Kerr said he still considers Golden State a championship-caliber team.

"We're good enough to win a championship," Kerr told reporters, according to Monte Poole of NBC Sports Bay Area. "I believe that. This team. But if we're just going to turn it over and throw the ball to the other team and foul over and over, then we're going to lose."

Draymond Green also believes the Warriors have what it takes to win a title.

"I think we've got all the pieces that we need in order to win," the Warriors forward said. "If you look at some of these games we're losing, we've just got to tighten up. Tighten up in the margins. We know what it takes to win a championship, and I feel like we've got all of those things."

Friday's loss dropped the Warriors to 10-12 on the season. They sit 11th in the Western Conference standings.

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