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The Golden State Warriors have no updates and timetable of return available yet on Andrew Wiggins, coach Steve Kerr announced in pregame of their Friday showcase against the San Antonio Spurs (h/t The San Francisco Chronicle’s C.J. Holmes).

This came in as a response to the recent report of Jason Dumas of Bleacher Report, wherein he noted that Wiggins has returned to the Bay Area – igniting optimism on the side of the Dub nation.

Tonight’s matchup against the Spurs marks the 21st straight game that Wiggins has missed for the Warriors. He has been out since Feb. 13 when the club outlasted the Washington Wizards.

For now, Kerr will remain committed to starting Donte DiVincenzo in place of Wiggins. 

DiVincenzo, who averaged 11.3 points, 5.1 rebounds and 3.7 assists over his last 20 games as a starter, has been impressively filling the vacancy of the All-Star wing.

“I like Donte in the starting group,” Kerr said. “With Wiggs out, I think he provides the overall game that we need to complement that first group, whether it’s (Jonathan Kuminga) or (Kevon Looney) next to that group.”