McCaw was not at practice Friday, Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle.
McCaw remains unsatisfied with his contract negotiations and has not reported to camp. As a result, he should be considered out indefinitely.
The expectation continues to be that the two sides will ultimately agree to some sort of deal, with the most likely outcome being McCaw simply signing his qualifying offer. However, until he officially does so, he'll be unable to participate in training camp, so it's unclear if he'll rejoin the team in time for the preseason schedule. Look for the situation to get sorted out in the near future, but until then, McCaw can be avoided for those playing preseason DFS. McCaw averaged 16.9 minutes per game last season and could struggle to see a significant uptick in his workload if he ends up re-signing as expected.
A second-round pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, McCaw has put together two solid campaigns as a valuable reserve with the Warriors. Last season, McCaw averaged 4.0 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists across 16.9 minutes, though he did see action in just 57 games due to a significant back injury that limited him in the second half of the season. McCaw will likely have some suitors when free agency opens on July 1, but because the Warriors tendered him the qualifying offer, they'll be able to match any offer the 22-year-old receives. If retrained by Golden State, McCaw will struggle to have any value in the bulk of fantasy leagues.
McCaw (back) played three minutes in Golden State's 122-103 win over the Cavaliers in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday, but he did not record any stats.
It was the second consecutive appearance for McCaw, who head coach Steve Kerr has been slowly working back in since Game 6 of the conference finals versus the Rockets. The 22-year-old continues to be listed on the injury report prior to each game, but it appears likely he'll be available to play in each contest moving forward. Naturally, that won't guarantee him actual playing time, as the combination of typically tight postseason rotations and McCaw's still recovering back should conspire to keep his role very minimal at best.
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