Kerr expects Warriors' lineups to change game-to-game.

Kerr expects Warriors' lineup to change game-to-game first appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area.

Steve Kerr is growing more amenable to starting lineup adjustments for the Warriors.

The Warriors are learning that their starting five of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Draymond Green, and Kevon Looney may not always be the best on any given night due to their inconsistent play and productive bench players.

After the Warriors' 110-106 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday at Chase Center, Kerr told reporters that the team needs to be more flexible while still being consistent.

"I think that's a great point and we talk about it every day," added Kerr. "I've been patient, wanting to get our first unit from the previous two years settled. When everyone knows their role, playing and coaching are easy.

Roleplayers find it simpler to play a part with a predetermined rotation and good stars. Puzzle fits somewhat.

The jigsaw hasn't fit this year, but we've got a lot of good players, so we may have to change the starting lineup depending on the opponent. I'd still like something firm, but we haven't established anything this year and we're a quarter through, so a lot of consideration must go into this."

On Wednesday, the Warriors started slowly against a youthful and athletic Blazers squad and looked heading for another dismal loss until Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody ignited Golden State in the fourth quarter.

Kerr and the Warriors may need to use that youth and athleticism in greater ways on any given night.

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