Warriors interim head coach Luke Walton said head coach Steve Kerr is doing better, but still struggling.
Steve Kerr may not return to the Warriors bench until after the All-Star Break.
Steve Kerr recently admitted that he's "not feeling well enough to coach yet."
Steve Kerr will not be on the sidelines for the Warriors regular-season opener on Tuesday, and it's currently unknown exactly when he'll be able to return to the team.
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr (back) could travel with the team on Friday for their upcoming road trip.
Steve Kerr is expected to make a full recovery, according to doctors.
Steve Kerr was present at the Warriors' practice on Sunday, and he elaborated on the health issue he is currently dealing with.
Alvin Gentry believes that Steve Kerr will return to the Warriors by opening night.
Steve Kerr is taking a leave of absence as he continues to recover from two offseason back surgeries, and Luke Walton will serve as the interim head coach while Kerr is away.
Steve Kerr will undergo back surgery on Tuesday in order to address a herniated disk.
When Warriors' head coach Steve Kerr was asked if he intended to keep the same starting lineup from Game 4 for Sunday's Game 5 in Oakland he responded: "We could."
Steve Kerr said that his assistant, Nick U'Ren, was the one that made the suggestion to insert Andre Iguodala in the starting lineup in favor of Andrew Bogut.
Steve Kerr disagreed with the NBA's statement that LeBron James' steal against Stephen Curry at the end of Game 3 wasn't a foul.
Coach Steve Kerr said he's not worried about the flight delay to Houston for Game 3.