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Green the latest Warriors star to go down with injury
    2018-03-21  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

DRAYMOND GREEN joined the lengthy list of injured Warriors stars Monday night.

Green exited Golden State’s game against the Spurs in the first half and the team announced that he would not return. ESPN’s Doris Burke said it was a “midsection contusion.”

The Warriors are already without their three best players—Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson. Curry has a sprained ankle, Durant has a sore rib and Thompson broke his thumb. The fifth member of the starting lineup, Zaza Pachulia, is playing through a right shoulder contusion.

The injuries don’t stop there, either. Omri Casspi is out with a sprained ankle and four more players are playing through injuries, including Patrick McCaw, who has a fractured wrist.

LaMarcus Aldridge had 33 points and 12 rebounds, and the San Antonio Spurs blew a 16-point lead to the injury-ravaged Golden State Warriors before pulling away for an 89-75 victory Monday night.

The Spurs beat Golden State for the first time in four tries this season and won their fourth in a row overall to move into fifth place in the Western Conference, one-half game ahead of idle Utah and New Orleans.

Just as they were adding Green to their injury list, the Warriors finally added some depth to their backcourt.

Second-year guard Patrick Caw saw his first actions since missing 13 games with a fractured left wrist.

He received clearance after completing what coach Steve Kerr called “an extensive workout” Sunday and morning shootaround drills Monday without any setbacks.

(SD-Agencies)

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