Kerr says Curry ‘most likely’ will play Saturday

Stephen Curry is on the verge of rejoining the Warriors. (Stan Olszewski/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Stephen Curry is on the verge of rejoining the Warriors. (Stan Olszewski/Special to S.F. Examiner)

OAKLAND —  Warriors head coach Steve Kerr expects to have Stephen Curry back in the lineup on Saturday night when the club hosts the Memphis Grizzlies.

“I would say most likely he’ll play,” Kerr said during his pregame news conference on Friday night.

“I talked to him today — he was feeling good,” Kerr added. “So, we’ll see how he’s feeling tomorrow morning and he probably will have a time limit on his minutes, but we haven’t worked it out yet.”

Kerr joked that he’s sure Curry will return with his characteristic confidence.

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