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Blake Murphy: Patrick McCaw is out indefinitely. He’s seeing a specialist for his nagging left knee issue.
Michael Grange: Patrick McCaw (knee soreness) ‘out indefinitely’ according to Nurse. Having more tests today to determine source of the issue.
Josh Lewenberg: Patrick McCaw is seeing a specialist re: his injured knee today. Nick Nurse says they're hoping to know more later this afternoon. He's out indefinitely.
Doug Smith: Mid-day NBA injury report as Pat McCaw out for the Raptors in Milwaukee tonight with left knee pain
Josh Lewenberg: McCaw returns tonight. Raptors have their full roster for the first time this season.
Tim Bontemps: Nick Nurse says both Pat McCaw and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson remain out tonight. Said there's a possibility at least one could return tomorrow against the Bulls in Chicago.
Ryan Wolstat: Patrick McCaw could return. Final check imminent.
Josh Lewenberg: Nick Nurse says Patrick McCaw and his injured thumb are being re-evaluated today, which should give them a better idea of timetable. They're hoping to have him back next week. "We could certainly now really use him."
Josh Lewenberg: Only Anunoby (probable) and McCaw (out) listed on the afternoon injury report. Would expect the Raps to play these next 2 games (tonight in Charlotte, Sunday vs Miami) straight up and rest guys (Kawhi, Lowry, maybe others) in next Tuesday's season finale @ Minnesota.
Tim Bontemps: Kerr says it “would be a tough spot” to put McCaw in the middle of a game, given how long he’s been out. That said, he didn’t rule it out.
Shams Charania: The Golden State Warriors are planning to activate Pat McCaw for Game 6 tonight against Houston, league sources tell Yahoo. McCaw is expected to be in uniform for first time since scary injury on March 31.
Anthony Slater: Patrick McCaw's missed two months since that scary fall, had trouble walking/sleeping for about a month. Very slow recovery, sped up the past few weeks. Would be an almost impossible ask to drop him right in these West Finals and expect much. But wing depth is needed.
Connor Letourneau: Patrick McCaw will miss at least four more weeks with a spine contusion, per the Warriors. Seems unlikely at this point that he'll play in these playoffs.
Mark Medina: Do the math, and Patrick McCaw is out at least through the Western Conference Finals assuming the Warriors go that far. McCaw will be reevaluated in four weeks, which is when NBA Finals start
After a day off, Curry and the Warriors will practice Monday to prepare for Game 2. The Warriors are still without second-year guard Patrick McCaw (back), who will be re-evaluated in early May and is still walking gingerly. But at least with Curry back, the Warriors’ starting five would be at full strength at the most important time of the season. “It’s exciting for him to get back to the place that he enjoys the most, which is playing basketball,” Durant said. “I’m excited as his brother that he’s out there. We’ll see what happens next game.”
Logan Murdock: Warriors' latest injury report for game 2: Andre Iguodala (left thigh contusion) is available to play. Stephen Curry (left MCL sprain) is out. Patrick McCaw (lumbar spine contusion) is out.
Patrick McCaw: Thank you everyone for your thoughts and prayers! God definitely is watching over me, I'm blessed beyond measure! @Vince Carter I know you didn't mean to harm me in any way! To my coaches, teammates, friends and family I love you guys so much for being there with me!!!
Logan Murdock: Warriors are calling Pat McCaw's injury a "lumbar spine contusion." He will be released from the hospital today and follow-up with a specialist Thursday.
Chris Haynes: ESPN Sources: Golden State guard Patrick McCaw cleared all tests, including MRI, and expectation is he’ll be released from hospital today. No official diagnosis as of now and return timetable to be determined.
Carter, who was given a Flagrant-1 foul, knelt nearby as medical personnel from both teams along with Warriors coach Steve Kerr rushed out to the baseline beneath Golden State's basket. "Vince is not that type of guy, he's never been that type of guy," Golden State's Draymond Green said. "Freak accidents, things happen. A guy jumps and he didn't touch him much if you're as high as you can jump you lose your balance easier. I know that was tough on Vince."
McCaw landed on his lower back/tailbone area with a loud, distressful thud and immediately squirmed around in excruciating pain as the arena fell silent. A furious Steve Kerr rumbled up the sidelines, upset at the possibility that a wily, well-respected NBA vet may have just altered the career of a second-year guard months away from restricted free agency. “God damnit!” Kerr yelled toward the referee. “I'm not mad at you. I'm mad at Vince. He knows better.”
After McCaw was wheeled off, both teams came together for a quick prayer at the exact spot that the foul was committed. Kerr, yelling at Carter moments earlier, put his hand on the veteran's shoulder. The play was deemed a flagrant. Kerr chose Kevin Durant to shoot the free throws. Before taking them, Durant walked over to Carter — a player he grew up idolizing — and offered a handshake and hug.
Marcin Gortat: Its hard to see young man go down like this :( I hope Pat McCaw is ok. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
He drove the baseline and went down with a thud at the 41.8-second mark of the third quarter, hit in the lower body by Carter. McCaw lay still and in agony for about 10 minutes as the crowd quieted. Carter, who was given a Flagrant-1 foul, knelt nearby as medical personnel from both teams along with Warriors coach Steve Kerr rushed out to the baseline beneath Golden State's basket.
Chris Haynes: ESPN Sources: Golden State guard Patrick McCaw experienced numbness upon landing, but has since regained sensation in leg. A chest X-ray came back clear. He is awaiting results of CT Scan and will also undergo an MRI.
Anthony Slater: Entire Warriors team surrounding a fallen Patrick McCaw in Sacramento. He's been down for several minutes. Trainers/medics still working to get him on stretcher.
Kayte Christensen: Vince Carter, standing by watching looking very distraught and concerned. Steve Kerr went to Vince and put his hand on his back as a sign of reassurance
Sean Cunningham: "I just hope he's ok. I play this game because I love it and enjoy it, not to see young guys get hurt,. He has a bright future," said Vince Carter after the game. "I don't like to see him (laying) there in pain, saying he can't feel his lower half. it doesn't sit well with me."
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