Warriors' Kerr returns to practice for 1st time in 3 weeks

Warriors interim head coach Mike Brown arriving for Game 4 of the NBA basketball second-round playoff series against the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City.- AP

But Kerr could soon be back, as he has been present for coaches meetings the past two days and spoke with Brown following Saturday's practice.

For many on the team, it was the first time they had seen Kerr in almost two weeks.

After the game, Stephen Curry acknowledged the importance of Kerr's presence and the value of his message at halftime.

It's unclear what Kerr's role will be once the Western Conference Final starts on Sunday afternoon against the Spurs, but it's looking like Kerr could be back this season after all.

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Assistant Coach Mike Brown has held his own and been successful in Kerr's absence, and the team is ready to go to battle with or without him on the sideline. When we see him it gives us a little bit of juice. So, get your poise back, wings run like insane. "We want him around and it's good for him to be around", Brown told The Mercury News. Just settle in on like three stops in a row. "Settle in. We'll be all right".

More than anything, the Golden State family was happy to see his face and hear his voice. "He's obviously been doing his homework in between". Even though Kerr was still not coaching on the bench, he joined his team in the locker room and looked to calm down his players. "The more that he can be around, the better feel that all of us have".

Kerr, who sought treatment at Duke University Medical Center for recurring headaches and nausea while he was away from the team, did not speak with the media afterward.