DeMarcus Cousins is recovering from a torn left quadriceps muscle, but Warriors coach Steve Kerr believes he could be back soon.
Injured Golden State Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins continues to recover.
“He’s progressing with his rehab, but nothing significant enough to report,” Kerr told reporters. “But, he’s doing a little bit better.”
Two-time defending champions the Golden State Warriors are expecting to be without DeMarcus Cousins for the remainder of the postseason.
The 28-year-old center tore his left quadriceps muscle last week during the Warriors’ Game 2 matchup with the Clippers.
“At this point, I’d say it’s highly unlikely (he returns in the playoffs),” coach Steve Kerr told reporters Tuesday.
Cousins will not need surgery but is still unlikely to be back on the court in the playoffs, coach Steve Kerr said Wednesday.
Andrew Bogut said he thought it was a good thing the Warriors were so angry after they let the Clippers overcome a 31-point lead.
The Golden State Warriors look set to be without DeMarcus Cousins for the remainder of the playoffs after he suffered a torn quadriceps.
Andrew Bogut, Kevon Looney and Draymond Green will be key players in a center-by-committee effort by Golden State.