Warriors' Russell to be reevaluated in two weeks

Tanya Simon
November 18, 2019

With only 39.6 percent of Golden State's points coming in the paint, ranked 27th in the National Basketball Association, the Celtics were unlikely to have been dominated inside by the Warriors but without sharpshooters Stephen Curry or Klay Thompson available (and lockdown defender Marcus Smart sticking to D'Angelo Russell's ribs like a home cooked meal), Golden State may be forced to find most of their offense from forward Eric Paschall. During a timeout moments later, Russell has his hand checked by Warriors trainer Rick Celebrini, then the two go to the locker room and Russell does not return. Russell will also not be accompanying the team on their upcoming four-game road trip to New Orleans, Memphis, Dallas and Utah.

Golden Level out Warriors' D'Angelo Russell, nonetheless left, drives the ball earlier Boston Celtics' Kemba Walker (eight) in the midst of the following fifty p.c of an NBA basketball exercise Friday, Nov. 15, 2019, in San Francisco. The Warriors battled it out until the very last second of the game.

NOTE: The 12-3-4 Bruins turn around and play the Washington Caps tonight at the Garden.

Golden State held a 5-point cushion with 2:37 remaining in the fourth quarter after Ky Bowman delivered a nice alley-oop to Willie Cauley-Stein for the layup.

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Wretchedness-plagued Golden Verbalize - playing without Splash Brothers Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson - faced the NBA's high two teams in consecutive games, shedding to the Lakers on the avenue Wednesday. That's it. And the reason I do that is because if I am having an off night, I know it's an off night, I know it's not because I'm not working. Star guard D'Angelo Russell is the latest to be sidelined.

"My first halves haven't really been too great. It's been a rough start, but if we can compete that way and play that way we're going to win some games and our fans will enjoy what we're doing".

It's been a tough season for Golden State. The team also forced the Celtics into committing 14 turnovers.

"I make 500 the night before the game".

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