Warriors' Kerr returns to practice for 1st time in 3 weeks

Rosalie Stanley
May 16, 2017

Not looking completely comfortable yet, Kerr sat down and chatted with Brown for a long stint before disappearing into the weight room.

Kerr is three weeks into an indefinite hiatus from the bench to tend to chronic pain, and his status for the rest of the playoffs remains in doubt. He's now recovering from the latest procedure to alleviate debilitating back pain stemming from the botched back surgeries that caused him to miss the first 43 games of the 2015-16 season.

Indeed, after Kawhi Leonard left the game with an ankle injury, the Warriors came back on a huge run and eventually won the game, 113-111.

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Brown will continue as acting coach but said Kerr has joined the coaching staff for early meetings the past few days. The Warriors came from 22 down in the second quarter to win the finale, 110-98 on March 29 in San Antonio.

Despite their time off, the Warriors looked sloppy in the first half against San Antonio and Gregg Popovich's squad jumped out to a huge 62-42 lead at the half. "Settle in, and we'll be alright". "And so the more he can be around, the better feel that all of us have ... it was good to see him out here today".

"It's great any time you can hear his voice, see his face", guard Stephen Curry said. "He's obviously been doing his homework in between". While initially defeating the Portland Trail Blazers, the Warriors most recently ousted the Utah Jazz. "But just to hear him back in here, knowing what he's going through, means a lot for our team". "If he asks me anything, I tell him to go urinate in a bucket".

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