Draymond Green was ruled out of the Golden State Warriors vs New Orleans Pelicans game due to a pelvic contusion. The veteran NBA defensive star is expected to miss out on the upcoming clash against Sacramento Kings as well. Find out the answer to the question - is Draymond Green playing tonight at the Chase Center?
NBA INJURY ALERT: Warriors SG/SF Andrew Wiggins (leg), PG/SF Draymond Green (pelvic) and C Marquese Chriss (calf) are questionable for Tuesday's game vs. the Kings. Analysis: https://t.co/5hrWV0WJGe pic.twitter.com/2yIP1TFzhS— DK Live (@dklive) February 24, 2020
Draymond Green's inclusion in Tuesday's NBA match-up between Warriors and Kings is questionable. His pelvic contusion kept him out of the Pelicans game a couple of days ago. In addition to Green, Andrew Wiggins and Marquese Chriss are all questionable to play against Sacramento Kings. Only time will answer the question 'Is Draymond Green playing tonight?'
Draymond Green on Andrew Wiggins: “It’s not like we gotta take his hand and walk him through. This guy’s averaged 20 points in this league for three, four years. It’s not a fucking bum we’re talking about. I’m not gonna sit here and act like we found some diamond in the rough.” pic.twitter.com/6LsgfbhfNV— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) February 19, 2020
Draymond Green has been absent from multiple games this season with back, finger, heel and ankle injuries. In their absence, Eric Paschall and Kevon Looney started in the frontcourt. Eric Paschall had a decent game with 13 points and five rebounds against the Pelicans. Andrew Wiggins struggled a lot on Sunday in the loss against Pelicans.