Steve Kerr's NBA career has been extremely successful. He owns eight championship rings -- five as a player and three more as the Warriors' coach.
But when asked if he dreams more of a better team or a better country, the socially conscious Kerr delivered a revealing answer.
"We're pretty good already -- we've won back-to-back titles," Kerr told NBC Sports Bay Area's Monte Poole in the final installment of a five-part interview only available on the MyTeams by NBC Sports app. "I definitely dream about basketball. That's my true love. That's what I do. And I think about basketball all the time -- more than I think about politics.
"But I think the more important issue is probably world peace. So that's my answer."
To watch the full interview, in which Kerr also discusses gun laws after the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting and the importance of next month's mid-term elections, download the MyTeams app, which is available on iOS and Android.
You also can catch up on the previous four installments of "Steve Kerr: Not Sticking To Sports," and come back all season for complete Warriors coverage as they go for the three-peat.