The Warriors recently suspended All-Star Draymond Green for what he said to KD in the locker room early last week.
It was only for a game, but we’re now hearing he’ll be due to miss some more time. This time, it’s for what they’re calling a “sprained toe.
“We decided to give him some time off,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said to he media. “We don’t know how long it will be. But the toe [injury] has been lingering.”
“He felt, we felt and our training staff felt we are spinning our wheels a little bit if we keep playing him and he gets a little worse,” Kerr said. “We’ve got to get him better.”
Of course, the team has made no indication this has anything to do with the Kevin Durant incident. But the timing is impeccable, isn’t it?
Besides Draymond, Steph has also been out with injury. The training room is definitely piling up.
Question is, how can the Warriors maintain stability with all that’s going on? More so than usual, the team has faced a number of challenges this season.
And in what could be their last run together, it’ll be interesting to see how they respond.