The Golden State Warriors had the worst record in the NBA, when the league executives decided to put the season “on hold” due to the coronavirus outbreak.
According to San Francisco Chronicle, no Warriors player is expected to work out in a gym on another US state with San Francisco officials likely extending the shelter-in-place order.
Furthermore, Connor Letourneau reported that there is a belief within Golden State’s organization that it won’t play another game this season.
As a result, Steve Kerr said that “it definitely feels like the season is done for us,” despite staying in touch with the players.
“It feels like the end of our season. … We’re staying in touch with our guys, but it definitely feels like the season is done for us.”
Kerr added that the Warriors had a Zoom call with players last week. “It felt like our annual exit meeting,” the Warriors coach noted per Connor Letourneau.