Steve Kerr says Jacob Evans will probably return on Monday.— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) December 6, 2019
There’s certainly no reason for the Warriors to rush Evans back. At just 4-19, the team isn’t exactly playing for wins. And with D’Angelo Russell, Kevon Looney, and Draymond Green finally healthy again, the team is no longer hurting for players; even without Evans, they’ll have 11 players available in Chicago.
Still, it will be very good to see Evans back on the court against the Grizzlies. After a rookie year in which he rarely ever got on the court, Evans looked dramatically improved in preseason, and in the first two games of the year, before straining his adductor in the first quarter of the team’s third game of the season.