Steve Kerr echoed reports that the eight teams not invited to Orlando want to put on some form of their own minicamps, saying that he wants his team to be back together. 

"The league has been great about working with us on potential minicamps. We definitely need to get our team together for a period of time. I don't know for how long, but we definitely need to be together and have some practice sessions. ... we get them on the court, almost like an OTA for an NFL team where we can install some things for next year, think about what we want to accomplish and get some practice sessions in. I think it would bridge the gap towards a more normal offseason and then lead us into next season in a healthier frame of mind," said Kerr.

Kerr said that he favored minicamps over a condensed summer league featuring the eight teams.

Kerr added that Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green will all be expected to participate in the minicamps.

"I would not consider this voluntary workouts. Obviously, these are really unique circumstances, but given that we would be staring at a nine-month break, to be perfectly honest, I would be shocked if any one of those three guys said to me, 'No, I don't want the work.' They all know they need the work. And we all need the work, so they'll be there."