Klay Thompson took part in his first full practice since tearing his ACL 470 days ago during game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals.

Steve Kerr called Thompson's return a "good first step."

"This is the first practice coming off an ACL injury and a year and a half absence so I didn't expect him to be in top shape, in top form, and he was not, but he moved well and it's a good first step," said Kerr.

Kerr added that he hopes Thompson will be able to participate when the Warriors resume 5-on-5 scrimmages.

"It kind of depends how he reacts to today and what Rick [Celebrini] says and what Klay says. Just kind of have to take it step by step. So we'll kind of see where he is tomorrow and make a decision accordingly."