Golden State Warriors Steph Curry clashes with coach Steve Kerr

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A video has emerged from the Golden State Warriors training camp of star Point Guard Steph Curry and new coach Steve Kerr going at it.

So what is happening between the new Warriors coach and Team USA hero?

Have they clashed over coaching tactics? Do they simply not like each other? No, they simply wanted to best each other.

The video that emerged on Warriors TV, shows Curry and Kerr taking each other on in a free throw contest.

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You don't have to watch a lot of Golden State matches to know that Steph Curry sure can hit a free throw, and that was a lesson he aimed to prove.

It was a contest that combined two great free throw shooters with Curry having an 89.6% success rate with free throws while Kerr throws an impressive 86.4%.

Unsurprisingly, Curry emerges victorious and it wasn't just a simple win as he pulled out a few skills during the contest.

From throwing a free throw and the second the ball had left his hand taking a spring in the opposite direction to his emphatic dunk to end the clip.

Clearly the Warriors personnel are in good spirits as they continue their preparations for the new NBA season.

Looking to go further

Last year under former coach Mark Jackson, the Warriors made the post-season with a record of 51-31.

They however crashed out in the first round of the play-offs to the Los Angeles Clippers after forcing the series all the way to a seventh game.

Getting the 4-3 win, the Clippers progressed but that series win can be seen as arguably the last ray of sunshine they had last season.

Despite an impressive record, Jackson was relieved of his duties as Kerr was brought in to replace him earlier this year.

The Warriors now face a trip to the Sacramento Kings in the opening game of this years NBA season as they look to build on last years success and hope to go further than the first round of the post-season in 2015.

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