Steve Kerr has been immensely successful at his role of head coach and is very close to delivering the fourth NBA title to the Dubs fans in the last eight years.

Winning titles is something that Steve Kerr learned even before his coaching days. The former NBA sharpshooter won five NBA Championships in his career and three of them 

were when he was part of the legendary Chicago Bulls team featuring the likes of Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman.

Kerr's role was clear: he was there on the team to make a quick impact on the game by knocking down some jumpers. One of the best shots of his career was during Game 6 of the 1997 NBA Finals.

Following that amazing shot, Kerr explained why he was the one who took that shot during the championship parade. Kerr decided to add a hilarious touch to the story, and it was loved by fans.

"A lot of people have been asking me about the shot the other night, and there have been some misconceptions about what actually happened. I wanted to clear it up. When we called timeout 

with 25 seconds to go, we went into the huddle and Phil told Michael, 'I want you to take the last shot.' And Michael said, 'You know what Phil -- I don't feel real comfortable in these situations. So maybe we 

ought to go in another direction -- why don't we go to Steve?' So I thought to myself, 'Well, I guess I gotta bail Michael out again ... anyway, the shot went in and that's my story. And I'm sticking to it."

Even Michael Jordan couldn't contain his laughter and loved Kerr's rendition of the story. After all, MJ being nervous during game-winning situations? That's an amazing joke.