Steve Kerr, Shaquille O'Neal and Dennis Scott played for the Orlando Magic in the 1992-93 season. 

The average effective Kerr averaged 25.0% of the 3-point range that season. Previously, he averaged 47.5% in the stands with the Phoenix Suns and Cleveland Cavaliers.

After a season in Magic, Steve Kerr found himself playing for the Chicago Bulls without Michael Jordan.

 "His Airness" is currently fulfilling a child's dream of playing baseball. In his second year at the Bulls, the former Arizona Wildcat led the NBA in shooting for 3 points with 52.4%. 

He became one of the most trusted players as the legendary head coach Phil Jackson. 

Modified June 26, 2022 Shaquille O'Neal has repeatedly stated that he believes the NBA consists of two classes of players, talented and those who develop certain systems.

The LA Lakers legend, following the example of Steve Kerr, explains how a player can achieve incredible success in the system.

In the episode "The Big Podcast with Shaq," O'Neal pointed out how the Chicago Bulls move brought Kerr the most.