Anthony Slater: Draymond Green says in retrospect, he "…

Anthony Slater: Draymond Green says in retrospect, he “probably shouldn’t” have played the Detroit game. Says his range of motion became worse. …which leads to interesting conversation about combing his hair pic.twitter.com/QjQFaWu1el

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Mark Medina: Draymond Green will wear a sleeve on his right shoulder tonight against the Lakers. Draymond said it helps keeps his back/shoulder stabilized
Connor Letourneau: Green (shoulder) and Livingston (knee) are out tomorrow vs. Lakers. Pachulia (shoulder) is doubtful.
Melissa Rohlin: Kerr on Green: "It wasn't one thing that happened. It just got sore, probably wear and tear. There's nothing we can do about it. I don't spend any time worrying about it. When he's ready, he's ready. He'll be all right, I'm sure of that. It's just not easy to pinpoint when."
Melissa Rohlin: Kerr: "Draymond is not happy, I can tell you that. He's happiest when he's on the floor, hair on fire, screaming at everybody and competing. That's what he loves. It's been hard on him, it's been hard on Steph. But Draymond also knows that this is the smart approach."
Rod Beard: #Warriors coach Steve Kerr says Draymond Green (shoulder) is going to play tonight vs. #Pistons.
Mark Medina: Warriors have upgraded Draymond Green (sore right shoulder) to probable for tomorrow vs. Pistons. They have ruled out Patrick McCaw (concussion). Zaza Pachulia (sore left shoulder) remains questionable. Andre Iguodala is now probable (sore left knee).
Anthony Slater: Draymond Green will not play with that shoulder soreness. Patrick McCaw has a concussion. He's in league's concussion protocol.
Green did not participate in Wednesday’s practice, but Warriors coach Steve Kerr didn’t seem too worried. “He looked OK,” Kerr siad. “I don’t think it’s serious.”
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green was diagnosed with a left knee strain and missed the final quarter of Tuesday night's 122-121 loss to the Houston Rockets. Toward the end of the third quarter, Green was fouled on a running jumper and landed awkwardly. He immediately began hobbling and rubbing his left knee.
Marc J. Spears: The Warriors say forward Draymond Green (left knee tweak) is probable for Game 3 tomorrow at Utah.
Connor Letourneau: Draymond Green (left shoulder contusion) is probable for tomorrow's game. Shaun Livingston (mid-back strain) is questionable.
Marc J. Spears: Warriors forward told The Undefeated about his left ankle contusion: "I'll be fine. It's pretty sore right now" and "it's day-to-day." Green
Warriors forward Draymond Green said Thursday the left ankle he tweaked in Game 5 of the Western Conference semifinals was improving. “It feels a lot better, a lot better than it did last night,” Green told KNBR. “Just really been icing, getting a massage, and you’re really just normal things that it takes to get it back healthy and get ready to go for Monday.”
Rosalyn Gold-Onwude: The next few days off will be important for Draymond Green, he'll start anti-inflammatories for left ankle tonight & get treatment.
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