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Top Moses Moody News
Warriors' Moses Moody: Set to start Tuesday
Moody will start in place of Andrew Wiggins (personal) on Tuesday, Kendra Andrews of ESPN.com reports.
Moody will log his first start since Dec. 2, with Tuesday representing his fifth start of the year in total. The third-year wing is averaging 14.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.0 assists on 57.1 percent shooting in 24.5 minutes across his four prior cameos with the first unit... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Moses Moody: Gets rotational role in return
Moody (calf) played 15 minutes and finished with four points (2-5 FG, 0-1 3Pt), one rebound and one block in Monday's 109-98 win over the Nets.
The return of Moody from a nine-game absence due to a calf strain helped restore some depth on the wing, but he didn't turn in a meaningful fantasy line while going a plus-5 during his time on the court. Moody should be able to stick in the rotation while the eventual returns of Gary Payton (hamstring) and Chris Paul (hand) are further away, though the third-year player could see a slight minutes reduction if Andrew Wiggins (ankle) is back in action soon.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Moses Moody: Absent from injury report
Moody (calf) isn't listed on Golden State's injury report ahead of Monday's game versus Brooklyn.
Moody has missed nine straight games due to a left calf strain, but it appears he'll return to action Monday. The third-year wing's return couldn't come at a better time, as Golden State may be without Andrew Wiggins (foot) for a few games. When Moody has played at least 20 minutes this season (11 times), he's averaged 13.6 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Moses Moody: Not playing Saturday
Moody (calf) is listed as out for Saturday's game in Atlanta.
Moody resumed practicing earlier this week and looks to be closing in on a return to action, but he'll miss his ninth game in a row while he works through a left calf strain. Once cleared to play, Moody should recapture a spot on the Warriors' second unit.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Moses Moody: Another absence coming
Moody (calf) is out for Friday's game versus the Grizzlies.
Despite being cleared for practice, Moody will miss his eighth straight contest Friday due to a left calf strain. His next chance to suit up is Saturday's matchup with Atlanta.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Moses Moody: Cleared for practice
The Warriors announced Tuesday that Moody (calf) is making good progress in his recovery and has been cleared to practice.
Moody won't play Tuesday against the 76ers, marking his seventh straight absence due to a left calf strain. However, Moody appears to be nearing a return, with Friday's matchup versus Memphis being his next chance to suit up.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Moses Moody: Remains out Tuesday
Moody (calf) is listed as out for Tuesday's game against the 76ers.
After missing each of the Warriors' last six games with a left calf strain, Moody had been scheduled for a re-evaluation Monday, but the team has yet to provide an update on his status. For now, Moody can be viewed as day-to-day, and he could be back in action as soon as Friday in Memphis if he's able to practice Wednesday and/or Thursday.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Moses Moody: Out another week
The Warriors announced Monday that Moody (calf) will be re-evaluated in one week.
Moody has been sidelined since Jan. 10 with a Grade 1 left calf strain, but he's making good progress in his recovery and has been cleared to begin light individual workouts. Given his new re-evaluation date, Moody will miss at least three more games, though he should be expected to miss additional contests beyond that.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Moses Moody: Out next four games
Coach Steve Kerr said Friday that Moody (calf) is out for the remainder of the Warriors' road trip, which ends Jan. 17 in Utah, Shayna Rubin of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Moody was already ruled out for Friday's contest but will now miss extended time with a left calf injury. Andrew Wiggins and Brandin Podziemski are candidates to receive increased minutes in Moody's absence. Moody's next chance to suit up will be on Jan. 19 against Dallas.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Moses Moody: Not playing Friday
Moody (calf) is out for Friday's game versus the Bulls.
Moody continues to rehab from a calf problem, and the game against Chicago comes too soon for him. His next chance to play will come against the Bulls on Saturday in the second half of a back-to-back set.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Moses Moody: Injures calf in blowout loss
Moody suffered a calf injury in Wednesday's 141-105 loss to New Orleans and will require an MRI, Kendra Andrews of ESPN.com reports. He finished with 21 points (8-18 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 1-1 FT), two rebounds and one steal over 25 minutes.
Moody had an excellent first half, draining four triples and scoring 12 points over 15 minutes. His performance resulted in head coach Steve Kerr putting Moody on the floor to begin the second half, but the third-year guard's night came to an end when he hurt his calf early in the fourth period. Despite the injury, Moody authored another breakthrough performance, as he's now scored 21 points in both of his past two games after failing to score over a combined six minutes across Golden State's previous four contests. The extent of Moody's injury won't be known until the results of his are MRI read, but the fact that he requires testing on his calf doesn't bode well for his chances of playing Friday in Chicago in the first leg of a back-to-back set.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Moses Moody: Drops 21 points off bench
Moody accumulated 21 points (7-9 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 3-3 FT), three rebounds, one assist and one steal in 22 minutes during Sunday's 133-118 loss to the Raptors.
The Warriors fell behind early in Sunday's matchup, and Moody saw an uptick in playing time off the bench. He made the most of his increased role, matching his season-high scoring total with an efficient showing from the floor. Moody could see increased minutes while Chris Paul (hand) is sidelined. Moody outperformed Andrew Wiggins, who took on a starting role Sunday, but it's unclear whether the third-year pro will be in the mix to handle a starting role at some point during Paul's absence.... See More ... See Less
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