Jordan Bell is going to miss some time. The rookie forward has inflammation in his left ankle and will re reevaluated in two weeks, the Warriors announced on Friday morning. "No structural damage is the main thing," Steve Kerr told reporters after practice in Chicago. "He's a young guy who heals quickly, so hopefully this is the best case scenario." [WARRIORS OUTSIDERS PODCAST: Assistant GM Kirk Lacob says the Warriors are 'Kevon believers']So what does Bell's injury mean for Kevon Looney?
Draymond Green is not going to start in the NBA All-Star Game. He would be a starter if the criteria was strictly based on the fan vote, as Draymond finished with the second most fan votes among Western Conference frontcourt players. But the reigning Defensive Player of the Year finished seventh in the media voting and seventh in the NBA player voting. "If you look over the player voting, I don't think it's really taken that serious," Draymond told reporters on Friday.
Through 39 games this season, Draymond Green is averaging 11.1 points, 7.9 rebounds, 7.6 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.3 blocks per game. He is shooting 45.4 percent overall and 30.5 percent from deep. "I think I've been pretty good playing through the injury," Draymond told reporters after practice on Friday. "Could be a lot better but you go through what you go through and you deal with it ... I'm very critical of myself so I think there are a lot of areas I can be better at."
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Selecting a term
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