Steve Kerr Update on Warriors' Stephen Curry

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr gave an update on Stephen Curry's recovery on Saturday. Kerr revealed that the 2-time NBA MVP is still in the rehab stage of his recovery process and has yet to do on-court basketball activities, per Anthony Slater of The Athletic. 

Curry has been getting some March Madness action at Chase Center and has noticeably gone off the walking boot, as captured by Matt Norlander of CBS Sports.

That's certainly a good sight to see for Dub Nation.

Curry was injured on March 16 in Golden State's 110-88 loss to the Boston Celtics. The injury occurred during the second quarter when Celtics guard Marcus Smart dove for a loose ball and landed on the 8-time All-Star's leg.

Golden State cannot wait to get its franchise superstar any sooner as they've gone just 1-3 without him since his injury. This stretch included a loss to the lowly Orlando Magic and a disheartening last-second loss to the San Antonio Spurs.

As a result, the Warriors have fallen 3.5 games below the no. 2 seed Memphis Grizzlies and are three games above the 4th seed Utah Jazz in the Western Conference standings.

Nonetheless, rising third-year guard Jordan Poole has stepped up in Curry's absence. 

Since the 34-year-old's injury, Poole is averaging 27.0 points and 7.0 assists while shooting 45.2 percent from the field and 41.7 percent from three.

The Warriors play the fourth game of a five-game road trip on Sunday against the Washington Wizards. 

They visit a Ja Morant-less Grizzlies on Monday before heading back home to take on the top-seeded Phoenix Suns on Wednesday.

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