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His teammates were also not concerned that Green would miss any kind of significant time. "He'll be back for the playoffs," Warriors forward Kevin Durant said. "I mean, that's the only thing we worry about here, right?"
Mark Medina: Not clear yet if Draymond Green will need x-rays or an MRI. Warriors expect to have more clarity tomorrow
Logan Murdock: Draymond Green will play tomorrow, per Steve Kerr. Kerr says he won’t have a minutes restriction.
Malika Andrews: Draymond Green is inactive for the Warriors tonight against the Bucks.
“We’re excited about his progress,” Kerr said. “Hopefully it continues the next few days.” Kerr had previously said that Green would need to complete a full practice before returning. He softened that stance on Wednesday, mindful that he often holds optional practices so he can rest his stars and veteran players. The Warriors are currently scheduled to practice on Thursday in Milwaukee. “He’s getting live action now. He’ll probably get some live action tomorrow,” Kerr said. “We may not have a heavy practice. But he could get some scrimmaging in with the other guys and coaches.”
Anthony Slater: Draymond Green updates his sprained toe: "The day I (targeted), it ain't really going according to my plans...Physically getting better... The last week, I took some huge strides...I just don't want to get thrown back into a game. That's a little different pressure on your toe."
Nick Friedell: Draymond Green says he doesn’t have any pain in his toe anymore. He was hoping to be back for tonight’s game in Detroit — but needs to get back in game shape. He’s optimistic he will be back soon.
Curry, surprisingly, is now ahead of Draymond Green in their separate recoveries. Green is still feeling the lingering effects of a toe sprain. Sources say Green, who has yet to return to practice, likely won’t make it back until at least the Atlanta game next Monday, meaning he’ll miss the Thursday game in Toronto and the Saturday game in Detroit.
Jason Anderson: Spoke to a team source with the @Golden State Warriors who confirms that @Stephen Curry, @Draymond Green and @Alfonzo McKinnie will all be out tonight against the @Sacramento Kings.
Anthony Slater: Injured status of Warriors players remains the same: Draymond Green and Alfonzo McKinnie out tonight, day-to-day moving forward. Steph Curry gets official re-evaluation tomorrow morning, but already ruled out tonight and tomorrow night vs Kings.
There is no current timetable for Draymond’s return. The team will take Monday completely off before returning to the gym on Tuesday. Then, there should be an update on the progress of Draymond’s toe sprain. But if he’s feeling well enough to play on Wednesday, you gotta think he’s going to push himself to be on the court.
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.
"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.
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
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."
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.
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
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."
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