Draymond Green remains out with a sore right shoulder, an injury that Warriors’ coach Steve Kerr said wasn’t necessarily caused by anything specific that happened during a game or practice. “It just got sore, probably wear and tear,” Kerr said Sunday. “There’s nothing we can do about it. I don’t spend any time worrying about it. When he’s ready, he’s ready. He’ll be all right, I’m sure of that. It’s just not easy to pinpoint when.” Kerr said that Green isn’t scheduled to have an MRI or any other tests to his knowledge. Green has missed the Warriors’ last two games because of the injury, and he will also miss Monday’s game against the Lakers in Los Angeles. Stephen Curry (right ankle sprain) and Shaun Livingston (sore right knee) are also out Monday. Zaza Pachulia (left shoulder soreness) is doubtful. Nick Young (concussion) has been cleared to play. “It’s got to be as beaten up as we’ve ever been since I’ve been here,” Kerr said. “I don’t remember having this many guys out, particularly starters.” Kerr said that while Green hasn’t been able to practice, he’s been doing cardio to stay in game shape.
Steve Kerr says an injured Draymond Green is not a happy camper
San Jose Mercury News | Dec 18