Warriors Draymond Green receives encouraging update after injury scare during game vs Bucks

Draymond Green, a seasoned player for the Golden State Warriors, gave fans an encouraging update after an ankle injury scare during the game against the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday.

Although he rolled his ankle in the third quarter after accidentally stepping on Jrue Holiday’s foot, Green toughed it out and returned to help his team secure a 125-116 victory in overtime

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Despite admitting his ankle will be sore, Green is determined to play through the pain when the Warriors face off against the Phoenix Suns on Monday.

Green managing to finish the game against the Bucks couldn’t convince coach Steve Kerr enough though. The Warriors’ HC is still a bit concerned about the forward’s injury. He expects Green’s ankle to be quite painful in the upcoming days, but Green won’t let it stop him from playing. He’s well aware of the potential discomfort, but he’s determined to suit up and help his team in any way possible, according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic

How important is the upcoming game against the Phoenix Suns for the Golden State Warriors and Draymond Green?

The Warriors are fighting hard to secure a Top 6 seed in the West and their upcoming game against the Phoenix Suns is critical. The Suns are a formidable opponent and beating them would provide the Dubs with much-needed cushioning over the other playoff contenders. Additionally, winning against one of the title favorites would give the Warriors the momentum they need to push through the final stretch of the regular season.

Draymond GreenDespite the potential for Green’s injury to become bothersome, it doesn’t seem like he’s going to let it sideline him. The Warriors need every win they can get, and Green’s determination to play through the pain is a testament to his commitment to the team. Fans can rest easy knowing that Green is ready to give his all when the Warriors face the Suns on Monday.


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