Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has shaved off his coronavirus beard. But before parting ways with his gruff look, Kerr slipped in some hilarious quips about it.

Per Tom Tolbert of KNBR via Drew Shiller, Kerr called his beard “magnificent” and had grand plans of showing it off.

“It's magnificent if I may say so myself. I try to remain humble normally, but with this I'm just gonna go all out and be a little cocky.”

However, Steve Kerr decided to forego the look and sport his usual clean-shaved face.

Last month, Kerr debuted his beard. Of course, fans made fun of him, pointing out that he has morphed into Philadelphia 76ers coach Brett Brown.

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It's unclear why he shaved it off. After all, the Warriors is not among the 22 teams set to return to NBA action. Perhaps the Kerr and his team are off to do some off-season training?

With the Warriors officially out of contention, this marks the first time they'll miss the playoffs in seven years. For Kerr, this is his first time to miss the playoffs as a coach.

It's not a stain on the Warriors' history. But rather, it's just part of the process that every dynasty goes through. And Kerr, who was part of the Chicago Bulls dynasty in the 90s, knows this very well. But unlike the Bulls, the Warriors still have the core of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green intact. With the three in the fold, the Warriors still remain strong title contenders.