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December 21, 2014 Updates

David Lee wasn't available again on Saturday, but this time, it was only to the media. Lee, who has missed all but about 6½ minutes of the regular season, went through his first full practice since reinjuring his left hamstring on Nov. 5 and appears all-systems-go for a Monday night return against Sacramento. "He looked good, he was moving really well, his hamstring's fine," said coach Steve Kerr. "He told me everything else is sore now, which is a good sign. He's getting back into basketball shape and running a lot of sprints. But this was the first time he's scrimmaged full court, which was a good step." San Jose Mercury-News

December 20, 2014 Updates
December 19, 2014 Updates

And then there is Green’s ears perking up when something is said about him that he doesn’t particularly like. For instance, Avery Johnson on SportsCenter after the Warriors lost at Memphis had words that Green remembers. “Funny guy,” Green said of Johnson. “Funny guy. Jalen Rose is a funny guy, too. “It’s funny to me. They just keep lighting that fuel and adding more fuel to the fire.” Rose, who played at Michigan and rival school of Green’s alma mater Michigan State, said earlier this month while largely praising Green that, “Draymond Green I don’t think he would be in the league if he wasn’t in the right place at the right time and get developed.” Contra Costa Times

December 18, 2014 Updates

The Warriors set no timetable for Bogut’s return. Bauman compared the Bogut situation to Houston’s Dwight Howard, who missed a little more than three weeks after receiving platelet-rich plasma therapy on his strained right knee. "Thank God it’s nothing major,” said agent David Bauman, whose Relativity Sports agency also represents Howard. “It’s a temporary setback. I’m not going to say two, three, four weeks, but that’s probably a reasonable assumption if all goes well, and then he’ll return sometime in January.” Contra Costa Times

Rusty Simmons: The Warriors say center Andrew Bogut had platelet rich plasma therapy on right knee, and there is no timetable for his return. According to medical Web sites, PRP patients usually get pain relief within 3-4 weeks and continue to improve over a period of 3-6 months. Twitter @Rusty_SFChron

December 17, 2014 Updates

What’s the solution then? This is exactly why the Warriors have put feelers out for free agent Ray Allen, but have so far gotten no indications that he’s ready to sign with the Warriors. Allen would obviously not be a defensive force, but can you imagine closing a game with Curry, Thompson and Allen on the floor at the same time? I know the Warriors can and have. San Jose Mercury-News

December 16, 2014 Updates


Wilt Chamberlain never won a championship with the Warriors, but his monstrous stats make him the clear pick for No. 1 player in franchise history.


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