Steve Kerr's trophy cabinet is jam-packed. He won five championships as a player, and he's now just lifted his fourth title as the head coach of the Golden State Warriors. That's now a total of nine rings for the 56-year-old, but if you ask him, coach Kerr is adamant that he's far from done.

During the Warriors' championship parade on Monday, Kerr was asked a very intriguing question by a random fan. The supporter wanted to know how many titles Kerr thought he could still win in the future. The Dubs coach's response was epic:

“How much longer is Steph playing?” Kerr responded, via Colin Ward-Henninger of CBS Sports.

It is clear that in Kerr's mind, the Warriors are still going to be title contenders so long as Stephen Curry is around. Based on what we've seen from him this past season, it is also clear that the greatest shooter of all time still has a lot of gas left in the tank. Retirement is the last thing on Curry's mind right now (although, he will be 35 this coming season) as he looks to lead Golden State to championship No. 5 in 2022-23.

For now, though, Kerr, Curry, and the rest of the squad will enjoy this championship.