Mark Medina: Warriors rule out Stephen Curry for tomorrow vs Clippers. Draymond Green and Shaun Livingston are questionable
Green might return Monday against the Los Angeles Clippers, a source told Spears, and after Curry's injury, Livingston could return in the near future.
Anthony Slater: Draymond Green is out for tomorrow’s Bucks game with a right toe sprain. Shaun Livingston also still out. Andre Iguodala will play.
Nick Friedell: Draymond Green (right toe) will not play vs. Bucks. Shaun Livingston (foot soreness) also remains out. Steve Kerr says Green is day-to-day. No long term concern on the toe injury.
Logan Murdock: Steve Kerr says Draymond Green will play in 5-6 minute bursts in the beginning of the season. Says Green is still working to get back into season shape after missing time in preseason.
Mark Medina: Steve Kerr said he expects Draymond Green will play tomorrow. He practiced in a light session today
Warriors forward Draymond Green made progress Monday morning, participating in shoot-around, but will still miss the team’s preseason game against Phoenix with a sore left knee.
"It’s pretty good; I’m getting better," said Green, who expects to return for Wednesday night’s game against the Lakers in Las Vegas. "I started shooting yesterday and shot today, so it’s moving in the right direction." An MRI exam on Green’s left knee came back clean.
Monte Poole: Draymond Green will not play Monday for @Warriors vs. Suns. The plan: Shootaround on Monday, and maybe he'll be able to go on Wednesday vs. Lakers in Vegas.
Monte Poole: As @Warriors are introduced prior to their open practice at Oracle Arena, only Draymond Green does not trot out. He walks. The knee soreness that has plagued him for six days continues to linger.
Anthony Slater: No Draymond Green in Seattle. Will sit Friday’s game with a sore knee. He had an MRI, came back fine. No long term concern.
Logan Murdock: Draymond Green is out with a sore knee, according to Steve Kerr. Kerr said “We’ll see” when asked if it will be lingering.
Monte Poole: Both @Kevin Durant and @Draymond Green officially listed as probable for #Warriors vs. #Bucks on Thursday. It's gonna be pretty hard to keep them off the floor. Like, really hard.
Melissa Rohlin: Kerr said Draymond was having trouble keeping food down & that his illness is lingering. He wanted to play tonight too. The Warriors said no
Monte Poole: Draymond Green (variety of issues) downgraded from probable last night to doubtful this morning, per #Warriors.
Melissa Rohlin: Draymond Green will play tomorrow. Kevin Durant won’t play tomorrow but Kerr said he could be back Tuesday or Thursday of next week.
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green left midway through the second quarter of Monday's 89-75 loss to the San Antonio Spurs with a pelvic contusion that he said is "not serious." The injury occurred when Green took an inadvertent knee below the belt from Spurs guard Danny Green. "It'll be fine," the forward told reporters after the game. "I think it's just kind of something that's kind of at the peak right now, but it's calmed down a little bit since it happened. So, it's not that serious."
Logan Murdock: Draymond Green is OUT against the Lakers with shoulder soreness and Jordan Bell is probable, per team.
Connor Letourneau: Draymond Green (sprained left index finger) and Kevon Looney (right knee soreness) are questionable for tomorrow's game vs. Portland. Patrick McCaw (sprained left thumb) is doubtful.
Mark Medina: Warriors say Draymond Green (sprained left index finger) is doubtful for tomorrow's game vs Phoenix
After Oklahoma City forward Jerami Grant elbowed Green in the mouth during Tuesday’s game against the Thunder, Green spent Wednesday receiving dental work.” “My tooth got knocked back. My big tooth; my front tooth, ” Green said, while showing off his braces. “It is what it is.” Green said he will have to wear the devices for a “couple weeks” starting with when the Warriors (41-13) entering Thursday’s game against the Dallas Mavericks (17-37) at Oracle Arena.
Logan Murdock: Updated Warriors injury report for tonight: Andre Iguodala (low back stiffness) is available to play. Stephen Curry (sprained right ankle) is out.
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
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
Marc J. Spears: Warriors forward Draymond Green (right shoulder soreness) will return to action tonight against the Lakers, a source said.
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."
Connor Letourneau: Patrick McCaw (concussion) will play tonight. Draymond Green (shoulder) will not.
Connor Letourneau: Kerr on Green's shoulder: "It's been bothering him the last few days, and it's still aggravating him, so we won't play him tonight."
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.
The Warriors (15-5) have listed Kevin Durant (sprained left ankle), Stephen Curry (right hand contusion) and Draymond Green (right foot contusion) as questionable for Monday’s game against the Sacramento Kings (5-14) at Oracle Arena. But the Warriors are optimistic all three will play.
Mark Medina: Some Warriors injury updates for tomorrow vs. Kings: Stephen Curry (right hand contusion) is questionable, Kevin Durant (sprained left ankle) is questionable. Draymond Green (right foot contusion) is questionable.
Chris Haynes: Golden State forwards Draymond Green (knee) and Andre Iguodala (back) will both play tonight against New Orleans.
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.
Rosalyn Gold-Onwude: Mike Brown says "in my mind he's playing" about Draymond Green status for Game 3.
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.”
August 15, 2022 | 6:14 pm EDT Update
Adrian Wojnarowski: ESPN Sources: Ben Simmons and the Philadelphia 76ers have reached a settlement agreement on the grievance the All-Star guard filed to recoup a portion of the nearly $20 million withheld him as a result of his failure to play games in the 2021-2022 season. Story soon.
Adrian Wojnarowski: 76ers maintained Simmons breached his contract upon failing to show up for the start of training camp and refusing to play in preseason and regular season prior to trade to Nets. Simmons cited his mental health for the reason his participation in team activities was so limited.
Christos Tsaltas: Jeremy Sochan will not travel to Greece for the Acropolis Tournament with Polish National Team. He will not join Poland ahead of Eurobasket 2022. Big loss for Polish national team. Sochan has all the tools to shine in the NBA. #Gospursgo #KoszKadra
August 15, 2022 | 5:45 pm EDT Update
Andre Iguodala gave his perspective on Kevin Durant’s situation on the Point Forward podcast, naming the reasons why the two-time NBA champion Durant, who won both titles together with Iguodala on the Warriors, should stay in Brooklyn. “I think he should stay in Brooklyn, it’s such a big market, it’s good for the game and just figure out how to make it work like everybody grow up and make it work. That’s how I feel about the situation,” Iguodala shared his perspective.
Another reason why Durant should stay according to Iguodala is the length of the contract the 12-time NBA All-Star Durant is still on with the Nets. “This is a situation where it’s either, look, man just come out here and play or don’t play because you got 4 years, we got you for a while so it’s not like you’re on an expiring contract and then you can just take off a year and we just give up a year,” added Iguodala.
Though he sustained a lower right leg fracture that required surgery, the Nuggets have no intention of parting ways with two-way guard Collin Gillespie, a source said. Even though Gillespie will be out indefinitely as he recovers, the Nuggets were thrilled to reach a deal with him on draft night and intend to support him throughout his recovery. Gillespie had a productive Summer League and was a favorite of coach Michael Malone.
The Nuggets are hiring a slew of pro and college scouts, sources told The Denver Post. Drew Nicholas, a former scout for the Sixers and Celtics, will be the Nuggets’ new director of scouting and oversee the department. Mike Penberthy, formerly an assistant coach for the Lakers, will join the organization as a pro scout and shooting coach. Chad Iske, an assistant coach for the Charlotte Hornets, will also join as a pro scout, as will Jarrett Stephens.