Warriors coach Steve Kerr: Still no timetable for Stephen Curry’s return

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Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr still doesn’t know when star Stephen Curry will be ready to return to the court, according to CBS Sports.

Curry has not played since spraining his knee in Game 4 against the Houston Rockets on April 24. The original estimate for how long the injury would keep him out was two weeks, though Curry has said he feels he could return sooner.

“He’s doing pretty well,” Kerr said Tuesday. “He’s going through the rehab process and he’s making the improvement that we are looking for, but he hasn’t been on the floor with the team at this point. Hopefully that will come, but I don’t know when, though.”

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The Warriors beat the Trail Blazers on Tuesday night to go up 2–0 in the conference semifinals series. They will play Game 3, in which Curry said his chances to play are “pretty good,” on Saturday in Portland.

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