Green (toe) managed seven points (3-8 FG, 1-4 3Pt), 10 rebounds, seven assists and one block across 29 minutes in the Warriors' 116-108 win over the Timberwolves on Monday. Green didn't quite play his normal allotment of minutes, but coach Steve Kerr essentially made good on his pregame declaration that the veteran forward wouldn't be on an official minutes restriction. Green looked more or less like himself in returning from an 11-game absence, with both his rebounding and assist totals leading the Warriors on the night. He'll look to continue rounding back into form against the Raptors in a big interconference showdown Wednesday night.
Coach Steve Kerr said Green (toe) will play Monday against the Timberwolves, Logan Murdock of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Green is set to make his long awaited return to the starting lineup after missing the previous 11 games with a toe injury. The 28-year-old should immediately step back into a normal workload as Kerr added that he won't face any minutes restriction in his first game back. Prior to suffering the injury, Green was averaging 6.9 points, 7.5 rebounds, 7.2 assists and 1.8 steals across 30.5 minutes per game.
Green (toe) will remain sidelined for Friday's matchup with the Bucks, Mark Medina of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Green, who has missed ten consecutive games, was upgraded to questionable following Friday's shootaround. However, the Warriors have ultimately ruled him out ahead of Friday's tip-off. Still, it looks like the do-it-all power forward is nearing a return. His next chance to play will be Monday against the Timberwolves.
Green (toe) went through morning shooting and has been upgraded to questionable for Friday's contest against Milwaukee, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Green, who was expected to make his return on the Warriors' upcoming homestand with a toe injury, has been upgraded to questionable and per reports, wants to play Friday night against the Bucks. Coach Steve Kerr indicated, however, that the 28-year-old will need at least a couple more days off, as the Warriors' staff has been extra cautious in bringing back the former second-round pick. If Green is sidelined once again, Andre Iguodala and Jonas Jerebko will likely see extended roles in Milwaukee on Friday.
Green (toe) is expected to make his return in the first or second game of the Warriors' upcoming homestand, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. The first game is Monday against the Timberwolves. Green, who will miss a 10th straight game Wednesday, has been ruled out for the remainder of Golden State's road trip, which ends after Friday's tilt against Milwaukee. Signs are pointing to him returning to the lineup soon, however. More information on a specific return date should emerge as the Warriors travel back home.
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