Watch Steph Curry, Damion Lee other Warriors work out at Chase Center

The city of San Francisco last Monday gave the Warriors clearance to allow their players back into Chase Center to use the facilities.

And based on the video the Warriors tweeted Wednesday morning, it looks like Steph Curry, Kevon Looney, Damion Lee, Juan Toscano-Anderson and Chasson Randle have re-entered the building.

Looney — who underwent surgery three weeks ago to repair a core muscle injury — can be seen riding the elliptical while wearing a mask.

Golden State must adhere to strict guidelines as it pertains to health measures and protocols related to the coronavirus pandemic, which includes only four players in the facility at any given time.

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It is widely expected that at some point this summer, the Warriors will be allowed to bring the entire team together for «a minicamp or two,» which will allow them to get in some much-needed practice time.

«It would almost be like (how) NFL teams have their OTAs,» coach Steve Kerr told The Athletic’s Tim Kawakami last week. «We’re able to install offensive actions that we want to run next year, defensive schemes — that kind of thing.

«Get our guys on the training table and in the weight room and with our strength coaches for checkups. They’re all on programs right now and they’re doing certain things, but they’re not really able to work with our staff.»

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Those details should emerge in the next couple of weeks.

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