Update on Kerr's status.
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has missed most of the NBA Playoffs due to a back injury, and according to ESPN's Marc J. Spears, Kerr said he is uncertain whether he'll be able to coach the team in the NBA Finals.
Kerr last coached the team during Game 2 of their first round sweep of the Blazers, but the team hasn't missed a beat in his absence reaching the NBA Finals with an unblemished 12-0 record under assistant coach Mike Brown.
ESPN's Chris Haynes reported over the weekend that Kerr attended his first practice since he left the team to take care of his back.
Curry said of Kerr's first practice back with the team,
"He was one of the coaches in our pregame film, just giving his assessment of the series and things we need to do well," he said. "Obviously, Coach [Mike] Brown led most of it, but [Kerr] was present."
The NBA Finals are scheduled to start on June 1st, regardless of when the Cavs vs Celtics series wraps up.