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2020 Schedule
2-9, 5th in Pacific
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12hNick Friedell

Warriors guard Lee breaks hand as injuries pile up

The Warriors' rash of injuries continued as the team announced Tuesday that guard Damion Lee suffered a non-displaced fracture of the fourth metacarpal in his right hand during Monday's game.

Draymond will never let another grown man tell him not to talk (1:25)
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Draymond gets tossed in the fourth (0:52)
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Curry expects to play again this season (0:46)
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Russell drops 16 straight points in the first (0:37)
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2dNick Friedell

Warriors' Green (finger) to return against Jazz

Warriors forward Draymond Green will play against the Utah Jazz on Monday night after missing the past five games because of a torn ligament in his left finger.

D-Lo goes off for 32 points (1:23)
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D-Lo banks 3rd-quarter buzzer beater from the logo (0:21)
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Diallo dunks all over Chriss (0:16)
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Russell erupts for career-high 52 points in OT thriller (1:48)
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Wolves edge Warriors in OT despite Russell's 52

Andrew Wiggins scored 40 points, hitting the tying basket late in regulation, and the Minnesota Timberwolves overcame D'Angelo Russell's career-high 52 points to beat the Golden State Warriors 125-119 in overtime Friday night.

D-Lo sinks ice-water jumper over KAT in crunch time (0:28)
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D-Lo buries 3 from logo before 3rd-quarter buzzer (0:18)
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Paschall drives baseline for dunk (0:21)
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Kerr wishes good luck to Bowman on guarding Harden (0:15)
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Without Russell, Green, Warriors lose to Rockets

The Warriors were without D'Angelo Russell and Draymond Green in Wednesday's 129-112 loss to the Houston Rockets. Green will miss the final two games of the road trip due to a torn ligament in his left index finger.

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ESPN Daily: Warriors Woes: Nick Friedell On Golden State's Struggles

In the modern NBA, the Golden State Warriors have been a dynasty. Appearing in five straight NBA Finals and winning three rings in that span, the team became the stuff of basketball legend. But this season, they've won just two games. And with star Steph Curry out with a broken hand, the Warriors' fate has gone from bad to worse. But could a rough 2019-20 lead to more glory in the future? NBA reporter Nick Friedell joins Mina Kimes to explore what's gone wrong with the Golden State Warriors so far, and why there might just be a silver lining.

Team Stats

Points Per Game111.714th
Rebounds Per Game44.521st
Assists Per Game24.212th
Points Allowed121.23rd

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2019-2029.182
2018-195725.695
2017-185824.707
2016-176715.817
2015-16739.890