Shooting wasn’t the answer. In 2014, new Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr and his assistant, Bruce Fraser, first diagrammed a bold offensive strategy with airport hors d’oeuvres. All they had to do was turn the league’s worst passing team into its best — while running revolutionary offensive hybrids that kept defenders guessing. Armed with this devastating strategy, Kerr’s Warriors have won two championships since. And as they launch a new season Tuesday hosting the Houston Rockets, rivals are taking more than a passing interest in how they roll.