Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was happy to have seen Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson back on the court once again.

Before taking on the Utah Jazz on Saturday night, the Warriors held a scrimmage on Friday. It was no ordinary scrimmage as the team’s Splash Brothers Steph Curry and Klay Thompson both participated to reunite once again after two and a half years.

Though the game happened without any live fans, coach Kerr admitted that he was still thrilled to see a healthy Thompson playing alongside Curry again.

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“It was really fun,” Kerr said via NBC Sports. “I don’t want to say it was emotional because we were in an empty gym and there wasn’t any fanfare to it. But for all of us who have been around the team for so many years and have known Steph and Klay as well as we have, it was just really cool to see them on the floor again for the first time in two and a half years.”

“It’s crazy what [Klay] has been through, and thinking back to the Finals in 2019, when he was at the absolute peak of his powers before that injury, it’s remarkable to think about what he’s been through, how far he’s come, and we’re all just so happy that he is where he is now,” he continued.

In the said scrimmage, Thompson teased about what’s to come as he nailed 24 straight corner 3-pointers.

The All-Star shooting guard had earlier insisted that he should make his return at home as he is certain Warriors fans “deserve” it.