It doesn't sound like Steve Kerr will be back with the Golden State Warriors soon.
It was confirmed Sunday morning that Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr had another spinal surgery this weekend at Duke. Kerr has been out since the middle of the Dubs' first-round playoff series with back problems.
Kerr has been dealing with the effects of leaking spinal fluid since a botched surgery two years ago.
Warriors GM Bob Myers says he remains out indefinitely:
“It’s hard to answer some of this because even the doctors aren’t entirely sure of recovery time,” Myers said. “That’s why we’ve been a little indefinite about everything. We don’t know. But the procedure went well, as far as we know. Now it’s a case of how well it takes and when he might or might not be back. The good news is it’s on the path to recovery, but I wish I could be more definitive.”
Golden State is 5-0 since Kerr has been sidelined, as interim head coach Mike Brown has helped keep the ship running smoothly. Having Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and the whole gang doesn't hurt either.
The Warriors are one win away from a third-straight Western Conference Finals appearance, but more importantly, we hope Kerr returns to full health as soon as possible.
[ MercuryNews.com ]