The Golden State Warriors have failed to make it to the postseason in the past two years. This team comes into the 2021-22 campaign with very high hopes, but at this point, Dubs head coach Steve Kerr isn’t ready to start preparing for another championship parade just yet.

Kerr recently shared his thoughts about how he sees Stephen Curry and the Warriors competing in the West this coming season. Right now, the three-time NBA champion coach is keeping his expectations in check:

“It’s really hard to gauge where we are against the rest of the Western Conference,” Kerr said, via Dalton Johnson of NBC Sports. “Obviously there’s a lot of great teams. We haven’t even had a practice to put the group together. But I’m very excited about the potential.

“It feels to me like we’re gonna be back in a situation where we can compete on a nightly basis, and just knowing that is exciting. But we’ve got a lot of work ahead to prove that.”

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For now, Kerr is just looking forward to the fact that the Warriors are going to be competitive again. The 55-year-old is taking it one step at a time as the Dubs look to bounce back from what has been a frustrating past couple of seasons.

The Warriors are going to be a problem for the rest of the league next season. Steve Kerr has no intentions of jinxing their title hopes just yet, but at this point, it does feel like the Dubs are going to have a deep playoff run in 2021-22.