After Monday’s training, Steve Kerr made it seem like the Warriors could welcome three players into the fold on Tuesday night against the New York Knicks: Steph Curry, James Wiseman and Kevon Looney.
Curry was a playing time scratch for Saturday’s heartbreaking defeat to the Charlotte Hornets, as he was dealing with an illness (which the team was quick to confirm wasn’t the coronavirus). But on Monday he went through a full workout and, barring a setback, he looks ready to get back to normal.
And it looks like it will likely return to a broader lineup. Looney missed 10 consecutive games with a sprained ankle, while Wiseman missed 11 consecutive games with a sprained wrist. This left the Warriors without a center, but not for long. Both great men did their training on Monday and look ready to return.