The five-time NBA champ (three with the Bulls, two with the Spurs) joins TNT as an analyst with Marv Albert and Mike Fratello.
SI: When people refer to the Bulls dynasty, why don't they say Michael, Scottie, Phil and Steve?
Kerr: I prefer Michael, Scottie, Phil and Jud [Buechler].
SI: Can you rule out coming back to play?
Kerr: Let's put it this way: There's not a big market out there for 38-year-old, slow, white guards coming out of retirement.
SI: If you were his teammate, how would you deal with answering questions about Kobe Bryant?
Kerr: I would only answer questions that had to do with basketball as it pertained to the case.
SI: What do you know about your former Spurs teammate Tim Duncan that would surprise us?
Kerr: Tim is hilarious. People who see him interviewed would never know, because he's very quiet and not real quotable. He's not into sharing his personality with the whole world. But in the locker room he is funny and witty and smart.
SI: Your first adult fight came against Michael Jordan during a Bulls practice, and you got a black eye. Was it more Hearns-Hagler or Holmes-Cobb?