McCaw suffered a small fracture in his left wrist and is expected to be sidelined approximately four weeks, Chris Haynes of ESPN reports.
McCaw suffered separate injuries to both of his wrists recently, but it's apparently the left one that's the most severe. While the All-Star break should help limit the total games McCaw will miss, his timetable has tentatively been labeled as four weeks, so he'll still be out until mid-March. McCaw has played just a minor role off the bench for the Warriors this season, which means his absence shouldn't have a drastic impact on the rotation. If anything, look for Nick Young and Omri Casspi to potentially see a few extra minutes.
McCaw (wrists) has been ruled out for Wednesday's matchup with the Trail Blazers, Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
McCaw reportedly hurt both wrists at separate times over the last week and coach Steve Kerr went on to say the injruies were "worrisome." He didn't travel with the team for Wednesday's contest and is expected to have additional testing over the next few days. With the Warriors heading into the All-Star break following Wednesday, McCaw will have just over a week to work himself back to full strength prior to a Feb. 22 matchup with the Clippers.
McCaw (wrist) is doubtful for Wednesday's game against the Trail Blazers.
McCaw exited Monday's win over the Suns after spraining his right wrist. With only one game remaining until the All-Star break, it would make sense that McCaw would get the night off in order to prevent the injury from getting any worse. If he is ruled out, look for Omri Casspi to see increased minutes, with Draymond Green (finger) and Kevon Looney (knee) also questionable for the contest.
McCaw won't return to Monday's game against the Suns after spraining his right wrist.
McCaw only saw eight minutes of action, but still managed to post nine points, one rebound and one assist. The Warriors next play Wednesday in Portland, a game that McCaw can tentatively be considered questionable for.
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