Steve Kerr ‘can't Say Anything' About Pat McCaw's Future With Warriors

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News broke on Friday morning that Pat McCaw would sign an offer sheet with Cleveland.

At 4:31pm P.T. on Friday afternoon, the Cavs' official Twitter account announced that McCaw signed a multi-year deal.

Shortly after 5pm P.T., Steve Kerr was asked about the McCaw situation during an appearance with Damon Bruce on 95.7 The Game.

"I really can't say anything because I spoke with Bob (Myers) about it a few hours ago and he said he had yet to receive an offer sheet," Kerr said. "So until he actually has one, it's not appropriate for us to answer any questions.

"So we'll wait and we'll see what happens."

The Warriors have 48 hours to decide to match the offer or let McCaw walk. Without knowing the exact minute, it appears the deadline is Sunday at around 4pm P.T. 

According to multiple national reports, McCaw's deal with the Cavs is worth $3 million for the remainder of the season, but does not become fully guaranteed until Jan. 7.

A source told NBC Sports Bay Area's Monte Poole that Golden State is unlikely to match the deal. It would cost them the $3 million in salary plus over $11 million in luxury tax penalties.

Don't expect to see McCaw suit up for the Warriors again...

Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller

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