Draymond Green's MRI comes back negative

OAKLAND CA- OCTOBER 17 Jordan Bell #2 of the Golden State Warriors drives to the hoop against James Harden #13 of the Houston Rockets during their NBA game at ORACLE Arena

Draymond Green's MRI comes back negative

"I'll be good. I'm fine", Green told ESPN following the game. The Warriors are also monitoring the progress of forward Omri Casspi, who sprained his left ankle in the third quarter Tuesday while slipping on the floor.

Draymond Green is probably not the best player of the #Golden State Warriors but without him, the Warriors are not the same.

An MRI exam of Warriors forward Draymond Green's left knee on Friday (AEDT) showed no structural damage, according to reports. "We'll see if he's OK".

Per Haynes, Green suffered a left knee strain and remained on the bench throughout the fourth quarter of the 122-121 defeat. The Warriors are back in action on Saturday to take on the Memphis Grizzlies, who won the team's opener over the New Orleans Pelicans, 103-91.

Andre Iguodala, meanwhile, practiced Wednesday after missing the opener with a strained back.

New Orleans is the first stop on a three-game road trip for the Warriors. He did not return to the game. We scored pretty good. Kevin Durant's baseline jumper at the end went in just too late and Golden State squandered a big lead on the night it received its championship rings.

"Somebody said we don't take it seriously on defense", D'Antoni said. Defensively, if we want to get where we want to go, we have to get stops. "So the physical conditioning will come as we play these games in the next week or two but what we can do is really lock in mentally".

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