Per The Undefeated's Marc J. Spears, Kerr was docked $25,000 for verbally abusing a referee and not leaving the court in a timely manner after being ejected.
Late in the second quarter of Golden State's 111-98 loss, Kerr was unhappy that the officials didn't call a continuation foul against the Kings immediately after his team was whistled for a similar incident that resulted in a three-point play for De'Aaron Fox.
Kerr initially received a technical for arguing the call against Fox. He continued to voice his displeasure following a Kings timeout and was ejected when referee Jason Goldenberg issued him a second technical.
It marked the third time in Kerr's five-year coaching career that he's been ejected from a game. The 54-year-old's last ejection came on Feb. 13, 2019, against the Portland Trail Blazers.
Monday's game marked the fifth straight loss for the Warriors. Their 9-29 record is the second-worst in the NBA, ahead of only the Atlanta Hawks' mark (8-29).