Steve Kerr listing Draymond Green as probable for tomorrow vs Hornets— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) February 25, 2019
The Warriors meet the Hornets in North Carolina just two days after Green sprained his ankle in a loss to the Houston Rockets, and limped off the court in visible pain. Green said after the game that he sprained the ankle early in the contest, and then re-aggravated the injury in the fourth quarter, when he left the game.
But apparently it wasn’t serious. Green hit the practice court on Sunday, and it doesn’t appear that he was slowed down by the injury.
More footage of Draymond getting shots up pic.twitter.com/jngyikUyyZ— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) February 25, 2019
Green has missed 15 games this year - 14 due to injury, and one due to rest - so he would surely be relieved to not miss any more time.
And for the Warriors, this is the best news possible. The three-time All-Star looked like he may have suffered a serious injury, and now it turns out that he might not even miss any time.