West coach Steve Kerr plans to play all four Warriors together in All-Star game
Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green are expected to be fielded together for the West All Stars. AP

GOLDEN State Warriors coach Steve Kerr told reporters on Friday (Saturday, Manila time) he is planning to put Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green all together on the court at the same time during the 2017 NBA All-Star Game.

"Oh, I'm absolutely going to play them all four together," said the coach of the Western Conference All-Stars. "Those four will be together for sure. I can guarantee you that will happen at some point because that'll be a pretty cool thing."

"That would be really cool," said Thompson on playing with his Dubs teammates. "I wonder who the fifth player would be?"

When asked if there was a possibility of Westbrook playing alongside the Warriors in New Orleans, Kerr simply grinned and walked away.

Kerr said it was a “great honor” for his four star players and their organization who were recognized by the league for their unselfishness and sacrifices.

"It's pretty remarkable to have this group together right now and to see them all playing so well together along with the rest of our guys. It doesn't always work that way — where you put a group together, a group of stars — and it doesn't always click. But its clicked because our guys are unselfish and they enjoy playing with one another, so we're really happy for all four of them."

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