Klay Thompson and Eric Paschall did not participate in the Warriors' first minicamp practice Wednesday.
They still are in quarantine, coach Steve Kerr told reporters.
Klay Thompson and Eric Paschall are still going through quarantine. They didn't participate in the Warriors' first bubble practice today, expected to later in the week. Draymond Green and Steph Curry aren't attending for personal reasons.— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) September 23, 2020
Stephen Curry and Draymond Green aren't at the Warriors voluntary minicamp this week. Steve Kerr: "They both have important family issues to attend to, so they have excused absences."— Janie McCauley (@JanieMcCAP) September 23, 2020
The Warriors continued with individual workouts (and COVID-19 testing) all last week, and went into quarantine Monday and Tuesday at a hotel near Chase Center before opening the two-week program Wednesday.
It's unclear when Thompson and Paschall will clear quarantine and take the floor.
The Warriors' minicamp -- or the "Dubble" -- continues through Oct. 6.
“I don't want this to seem anything like a competition for next year or anything like that, because it's not,” Kerr told NBC Sports Bay Area's Monte Poole last week. “Next year is a ways off.
"So what I’m interested in is guys making improvement individually in the areas that we've identified where they can improve, and to play together as a group."