Kerr mocks Brown's viral presser before Warriors game.

It was inevitable; Steve Kerr couldn't help but. In his opening remarks to the media prior to Monday's game against the Memphis Grizzlies, Warriors coach Steve Kerr wasted no time making fun of his buddy and former assistant coach, Mike Brown.

Raymond, would you bring the computer up here, please?" The group erupted in laughter as Kerr spoke. In the end, I gave in. I was astounded.

Kerr did his best imitation of Brown, whose postgame news conference antics went viral on Sunday night. As the Sacramento Kings' head coach for the second year in a row

Brown provided a graphic account of his grievances with the refereeing that culminated in his expulsion in the team's 143-142 overtime defeat against the Milwaukee Bucks.

At Fiserv Forum, Brown was sent off in the fourth quarter for what seemed like an inadvertent collision with Bucks forward Pat Connaughton as he attempted to grab the attention of an official.

Brown had plenty of time to collect his evidence and get the receipts at the postgame podium with 9:27 remained in regular and the additional five minutes of overtime. That is just what he accomplished.

The game-winning buzzer-beater jumper by Bucks star guard Damian Lillard sealed the loss for Sacramento, despite the fact that the controversy and drama undoubtedly stole the show.

Both Brown and Kerr are quick to make fun of one other, despite the fact that they are now Northern California rivals; Brown was an assistant coach with the Warriors for six seasons.

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