SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/AP) — When the Golden State Warriors started training camp on Monday, they were without forward Draymond Green and recent No. 2 overall pick James Wiseman.

General manager Bob Myers had previously acknowledged two players had tested positive for COVID-19 without providing names and said they would be out at least 10 days before being tested again.

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Kerr said Monday on a Zoom with reporters that he couldn’t elaborate on what Green and Wiseman were able to do at the moment.

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“I’m not allowed to comment. You can make your own deductions. I know it’s really tricky,” Kerr said. ”… I’m just trying to figure out which one of you has put all of the pieces together and figured out what’s happening here and if there’s anybody on the screen who hasn’t figured it out yet. I think you guys all got it.”

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Of Green, Kerr said: “When he’s ready to go he’ll be out there. I’m not worried about Draymond.”