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Warriors assistant coach Keith Smart Wednesday March 7, 2007 during a game against the Denver Nuggets in Oakland at the Oracle Arena. It's been 20 years since Smart made the game-winning shot for Indiana to upset Syracuse for the 1987 national NCAA championship. (Pauline Lubens/Mercury News)

The fate of Keith Smart as coach of the Warriors could be revealed this week.

A team source said a decision is expected within the next two or three days, while another source "wouldn't be surprised if he's let go (Wednesday)."

Larry Riley, recently named executive vice president of basketball operations, said on April 15 that the Warriors would begin evaluating Smart in eight or nine days, which would have been last weekend.

Smart, when contacted Tuesday, said he hadn't heard anything from management and said no meeting was scheduled. The first-year coach led the Warriors to a 36-46 record, a 10-game improvement over the 2009-2010 season. Smart had only one guaranteed year on his contract.