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SAN ANTONIO — Warriors forward Draymond Green will the miss the second of half of Monday’s game against the San Antonio Spurs because of what the team called a “pelvic contusion.”
Green left the game with 7:13 left in the second quarter after Spurs forward Danny Green inadvertently kneed him in the private area. Green soon went to the locker room and did not return to the bench. At halftime, the Warriors determined to sit Green for the duration of the game. The Warriors said that Green’s x-rays came back negative.
Draymond Green went to the locker room because he got knee’d/kicked by Danny Green… pic.twitter.com/pRe2msKqnl
— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) March 20, 2018
Green’s injury leaves the Warriors without any All-Star players amid injuries to Stephen Curry (right ankle), Klay Thompson (right thumb) and Kevin Durant (ribs). To a lesser extent, Warriors reserve guard Omri Casspi (right ankle) also remains sidelined.
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The Warriors plan to reevaluate Curry on Tuesday and could return as early as Friday against Atlanta at Oracle Arena. The Warriors plan to reevaluate Thompson on Thursday, though he is expected to be sidelined at least for another week. The Warriors plan to reevaluate Durant in another week.
Source: East Bay Warriors’ Draymond Green misses second half of Spurs game