The Golden State Warriors have been impressive so far this season, and they're winning even without two of the most important players on their roster. It has become abundantly clear, however, that both Klay Thompson and James Wiseman are now nearing their respective returns to the court.

On Sunday, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr provided a key update on the status of Thompson and Wiseman. According to the Dubs shot-caller, both players will see their respective activity levels increased in the coming days (h/t Marc J. Spears of ESPN):

Klay Thompson has been progressing significantly in his road to recovery following a two-year stint on the sidelines. The Warriors shooting guard is closing in on his highly-anticipated return with some rumors even circling of a potential season debut on Christmas Day.

James Wiseman, on the other hand, underwent surgery on his right knee last April and has since been out of action for the Warriors. The second overall pick has likewise seen significant progress in his rehab of late, and while the Dubs have yet to provide a timetable for their young big man, it is also clear that Wiseman is also set to return in the near future.