President Trump takes another shot at Warriors' Steve Kerr over China

Ali Thanawalla
NBC Sports BayArea

Steve Kerr tried to take the high road Thursday, but it didn't defuse the situation with President Donald Trump.

At 11:25 p.m. ET on Friday, President Trump fired up Twitter and took another shot at the Warriors coach.

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The latest tweet from President Trump continues the war of words between him and Kerr.

During a press conference Wednesday, President Trump called out Kerr and Spurs coach Gregg Popovich for what he believed were weak answers on the NBA-China controversy.

A day later, Kerr spoke to reporters in San Francisco and offered a thoughtful response. He shared stories of his experiences with previous presidents and how different things are now.

"I realize the horse was out of the barn a long time ago," Kerr said Thursday. "But for me personally, this was my experience with, wow, has the office sunken low. My hope is that we can find a mature unifier, from either party, to sit in that chair and try to restore some dignity to the Oval Office again. And I think it will happen."

[RELATED: Trump's remarks prove sports, politics are inseparable]

The Warriors practice on Saturday, and Kerr likely will get his chance to respond to President Trump's latest tweet.

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