Steve Kerr was named the NBA's Coach of the Year in 2016 after guiding the Warriors to a 73-9 regular-season record that was the best in NBA history, and he thinks he has a pretty good idea who will take home the award this season. Speaking to reporters after Golden State's win over the Rockets on Tuesday, Kerr said that Mike D'Antoni deserves the nod for the job he's done in his first season in Houston. Kerr was the general manager in Phoenix in 2008 when D'Antoni was in his final year as head coach of the Suns so he might be a little biased based on some previous history. But after moving James Harden to point guard resulted in his leading the league in assists and being neck-and-neck with Russell Westbrook in the race for MVP, there's no denying that D'Antoni has done an incredible job this season.