Steph Curry is off the injury report but Draymond Green remains on it.
The Warriors closed a 1-3 trip and lost their fifth road game in six tries. And painfully, it was Minnesota’s Strength In Numbers that did it.
No Steph. No Draymond. No GPII. That’s how it goes.
Draymond has a calf issue, which is tied to a back issue. The leg bone’s connected to the thigh bone, the thigh bone’s connected to the hip bone, and the hip bone’s connected to the back bone, so this checks out.
Golden State basketball is on the way! With Curry out for tonight’s game, will the Warriors have enough offense to end their road trip with a win? Come talk about the game here.
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Green will miss his second game in a row due to an injured calf.