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OAKLAND – The warriors will be out for at least one more night without an All-Star key and a thriving reserve. Both Draymond Green (right toe) and Alfonzo McKinnie (left foot) will sit as the Warriors (14-7) host the Orlando Magic (10-10) in the Oracle Arena on Monday.
The Warriors expected both players to sit outside as they did not yet have to compete in full. In general, Warriors coach Steve Kerr wants his injured player to train first before putting him back into rotation. This leaves open the possibility that both Green and McKinnie could return to the game on Thursday against Toronto.
The warriors are scheduled to train on Tuesday and fly to Toronto on Wednesday.
Green has missed the last five games and eight of the last 1
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Logan Murdock has all the details here. The most important things to take with you: The warriors have more clarity about when cousins are expected to progress because of their steady progress. Nevertheless, the warriors have never set definite schedules because they do not want to speed up or slow down the cousins' hurry from a left Achilles tendon. Depending on how Cousins comes up with his upcoming practice rides, practices, and rehab, the warriors will be judged and adjusted accordingly.
The warriors pulled down a curtain covering one side of the team's practice field. This usually means one thing: A star player starts scrimmaging
and the warriors I do not want media members to see it.
Steph's routine with Q concentrating on some ball handling / ball shooting before being pulled up. pic.twitter.com/sbdyelpbR0
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Curry completed his usual shooting practice with Warriors assistant coach Bruce Fraser at the end of the morning shoot-up. Then Curry took part in a competition that included cousins as well as a handful of young players and assistant coaches. Warriors coach Steve Kerr sat nearby and watched for obvious reasons.
Steph Curry is about to take part in this fight behind the curtain pic.twitter.com/7RuBjv9THh
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