The Warriors were supposed to provide an official update on Klay Thompson's status during the All-Star break.
But it appears an announcement won't come until later this week.
Is coach Steve Kerr still operating with the mindset that Klay will not return to game action this season?
"It's so different because with Steph there's a definite timetable," Kerr told reporters Tuesday night after practice. "It's easy to look and say, 'In a couple weeks, Steph is gonna be ready to play.'
"Klay is a long way from that, so I don't even entertain any thoughts of Klay playing this year."
Yours truly feels the same way.
Klay tore his left ACL on June 13 and underwent surgery July 2.
The Warriors' last game is April 15 -- which is just 10 months removed from when he sustained the injury. Considering the team's current place in the standings, does it make sense to bring him back?
We shall see.
Bob Myers just said “there’s a chance” Klay returns at some point this season (I would be SHOCKED if it actually happens) pic.twitter.com/p9CmfoE5P3— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) February 9, 2020
It sounds like the final decision could be up to the three-time NBA champion himself.
“Klay might come back for a few games at the end. He might not,” owner Joe Lacob recently told Mark Medina of USA Today Sports. “That doesn’t matter so much. Maybe we’ll err on the cautious side. Maybe.
"That’s up to him.”