The Golden State Warriors have been the center of conversation and concern due to the team's recent injuries to its best players over the past few weeks.

Kevin Durant, who recently suffered a rib injury, believes the Warriors will be fine and there is too much talk of concern going around.

Bay Area superstar Stephen Curry returned from an ankle injury which kept him sidelined for a period left the same game last Friday against the Atlanta Hawks when he suffered a sprained MCL which has sidelined him again for a minimum of three weeks.

According to coach Steve Kerr, Curry won't just miss three weeks of action but will be out for the entirety of the first round of the playoffs which only has only caused concern for some to soar.

It's late in the season and teams around the league are gearing up for positioning while the Warriors are hobbling into the postseason when they will begin to defend their title.

Stiff competition is commonplace in the Western Conference, but Kerr doesn't believe the defending champs have anything to worry about in the short term without Curry.

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It's impossible for the countless scenarios to not have played through his mind while the team is not at full strength, but he remains confident they can pull together and get back on track.

The Warriors are a good team and quite capable of winning a first-round series without Curry in the lineup. What the baby-faced assassin does with his talents on the court is make a good team a great team.

Curry himself feels as though he'll be back sooner than later, but should likely take caution since he faced a similar situation two years ago, and never finished the season fully healthy as the Warriors lost to the Cavs in seven games.

Whether it's delusion or whether Kerr is confident in the ability of the Warriors to pull off another run this year, he remains committed to the notion that the team will eventually put all of the injuries behind them when it's all said and done.