The Golden State Warriors released an official injury update that read as follows:
“Warriors forward Draymond Green, who suffered a sprained left ankle during off-season workouts and has missed the first three (3) preseason games, is making good progress. He has been cleared to begin light on-court workouts (shooting drills, etc.) and his return to full team practice and scrimmages will be based on his continued progress. He will be re-evaluated again on Sunday. Warriors guard Cory Joseph, who has missed the first three (3) preseason games due to a lower back strain, is making good progress. He has been participating in various on-court workouts, including full team practice and scrimmages in recent days. He will be listed as questionable for Wednesday’s preseason game against Sacramento.”
The Warriors provided official updates on Draymond Green and Cory Jospeh, saying that Green is doing well and has moved to light on-court training and that Jospeh has also been working out on the court. These were encouraging reports that showed both Green and Joseph are making progress, even if the Warriors did not offer comeback dates for either player. In order to have the greatest possible start to what is a pivotal year for so many players and the whole team, the Warriors want to go into this season healthy.