(Warriors coach Mark) Jackson said Sunday he doesn’t listen to the chatter about his job status that persists despite the Warriors’ completing a 51-win regular season and continuing to win in the postseason.
Jackson’s players, meanwhile, have heard the rumblings and are rallying together to help change the tone of the national conversation.
“We’re trying to save our coach,” (Andre) Iguodala said. “Every game is pressure for us.”
Stephen Curry supported the notion that the Warriors have taken it upon themselves as players to take care of business in the playoffs so that talk about Jackson’s job security would subside.
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