Steph Curry struggled in Game 4 on Tuesday night.
After the loss, The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Curry is "playing at 70 percent, at best."
On Wednesday afternoon, Steve Kerr weighed in.
"Is that sources with knowledge of the team's thinking? (laughter). That's my favorite expression these days," Kerr sarcastically said. " ... Well who would that be? I don't know. Nobody has said anything about Steph being 70 percent to me.
"Our training staff, relatives, friends, sources with knowledge of our team's thinking -- nobody has told me he's 70 percent."
Curry suffered a sprained MCL in his right knee on April 24. He returned to game action two weeks later.
On Wednesday morning, CSN Bay Area Warriors sideline reporter, Rosalyn Gold-Onwude, tweeted the following:
"Spoke w/ Steph Curry in OKC & he admitted he does feel some pain in knee & w constant play hard to progress in healing, but mind over matter."
"Apparently they told the media, but they didn't tell me," Kerr added. "Last couple of games, obviously he hasn't played as well as he can. He looked great in Game 2 ... I know he's not injured.
"If he were injured, he would not be playing. Is he bothered a little bit? Perhaps. He went three weeks without basically playing a game. So he just may not be quite where he needs to be, but it's not an injury."
What percent is Curry at?
"I have no idea," Kerr answered. "I don't do that. Our training staff has not come to me and said anything over the last week, so if he were struggling with anything, I would know."