Warriors star guard Klay Thompson tore his left ACL during Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals vs. the Toronto Raptors last June 13.

He underwent surgery July 2.

Now that it has been over 11 months since Thompson went under the knife, is he back to 100 percent yet?

"I don't know," Warriors general manager Bob Myers told reporters on a Monday afternoon conference call. "I think we got to take a look at him when we see him. There's different versions of 100 percent.

"Until we kind of test him and see him and start him in 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 -- and the pandemic hasn't allowed him that opportunity to do those type of things ... there's no rush clearly.

"As far as I have heard, he's recovering fine. There hasn't been a setback. But one thing that's been a little bit difficult in the last couple months is our ability to oversee those things as much as you might normally would."

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It's unclear if Klay -- who was in Oakland last Friday to join the the peaceful protest Warriors forward Juan Toscano-Anderson organized -- has plans to meet with members of the Warriors medical staff any time soon.


Last week, coach Steve Kerr said he believes the NBA will allow the Warriors to hold a "minicamp or two" at some point this summer. This would allow the entire team to reconvene, at which point the Warriors could get a better grasp of where Klay is at in his rehab.

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"I think what people really want to know is (if) he's been playing and what he looks like," Myers said Monday. "That's really the answer to '100 percent.' "

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