Warriors Season Continues To Unravel

Jonathan Grant | November 2nd, 2019

The news of Steph Curry’s injury and the fact that he will be out around three months earlier this week had made the Golden State Warriors look toothless to many. Already with Klay Thompson out with an ACL injury and Kevin Durant long gone, it now looks like their next biggest start, Draymond Green, has picked up a woe of his own.

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The controversial star appears to have injured his finger in their latest loss, a 127-110 defeat to the San Antonio Spurs at home. Green called it a ‘ligament’ injury, so there is no word yet on how severe it truly is or if he will need an MRI or any additional treatment. At this point, we could very well see the Warriors go into ‘tank’ mode, as they are 1-4 now and winless at home. Patty Mills was the hero for the Spurs on the night, scoring 31 points off the bench in a less than full Chase Center.

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