Steve Kerr did not coach in Game 3 or Game 4 against the Blazers and is out indefinitely.
On Thursday, Warriors GM Bob Myers spoke with Jim Rome about Kerr's situation.
"What he's going through right now is not a product of stress, it's not a product of coaching, it's more a physical issue that will be solved," Myers started. "When it will be solved, no one can say. But it is solvable, it's fixable and like I said, he's going to coach, but right now he just can't.
"There's some things that need to be corrected. But I think he'll get back. I'm very very confident he will be back coaching, I just can't say when."
Kerr was not at practice on Wednesday and is consulting with specialists at Stanford this week.
Kerr is finishing up Year 3 of the five-year deal he signed back in May 2014.
"I think this guy is going to coach for a long time, because he thoroughly enjoys it," Myers said. "He really loves the game, and he is a great teacher. And you've had him on, I'm sure you've met him and talked to him. It's one thing to know the game, but he has the ability to communicate it and our players clearly respond.
"So I can see that's why a question you'd ask I totally get it and other people have asked but no I think he's going to be in this game for a long time, we just have to get him back healthy now."
The Warriors' next practice and media availability is on Friday.
The next series against the Jazz or Clippers will start on either Sunday or Tuesday.