Steve Kerr is done with President Trump’s Twitter spat with LaVar Ball, with the Golden State coach saying we’d all be better if the outspoken pair would just pipe the heck down.

“Modern life,” Kerr said before the Warriors’ 118-111 win in Brooklyn. “Two people seeking attention and they’re both getting it. I’m sure both guys are really happy.

“It’d help if all of you stopped covering both of them. Is that possible? You could probably stop covering LaVar. I don’t think you could stop covering the president. It’d be nice for all of us if both of them would just be quiet. Wouldn’t that be great?”

After three UCLA players, including LiAngelo Ball, were detained in China while being investigated for shoplifting, a number of high-powered types worked behind the scenes on their behalf, including Trump and reportedly Joe Tsai, who recently reached a deal to buy 49 percent of the Nets with an option to purchase a controlling interest.

All three players took responsibility for their actions, apologized in a Wednesday press conference, and thanked Trump for his help. But after the senior Ball downplayed Trump’s role in getting the players home, the president tweeted Sunday that he “should have left them in jail!”