Warriors get excellent news on Kelly Oubre Jr.’s injured wrist

Warriors get excellent news on Kelly Oubre Jr.’s injured wrist

Golden State Warriors swingman Kelly Oubre Jr. will not require surgical treatment on his ailing left wrist and is expected to be sidelined 1-2 weeks, league sources tell Yahoo Sports.
— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) May 6, 2021.

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The Golden State Warriors got fantastic news on Kelly Oubre Jr., who will just miss a week or so due to his wrist injury.
The Golden State Warriors believed they got horrible news in the type of Kelly Oubre Jr. tearing a ligament in his left wrist and a fracture to the palm that could successfully end his season. As it turns out, they got a little bit of all the best.

Warriors: Kelly Oubre Jr. out 1-2 weeks with left wrist injury.
Oubres injury occurred back on April 9 after falling on his wrist following a dunk attempt throughout a video game against the Washington Wizards. While Oubre did play through the injury, he has actually not played given that April 27, when he scored 10 points and grabbed 3 rebounds in Golden States 133-103 loss to the Dallas Mavericks.
The Warriors acquired the swingman from the Oklahoma City Thunder after Klay Thompson tore his Achilles tendon on the night of the 2020 NBA Draft. The Thunder had actually simply obtained Oubre from the Phoenix Suns in the hit Chris Paul trade.
Through 55 video games this season, Oubre has balanced 15.4 points, 6.0 rebounds and 1.3 helps a night while shooting 43.9 percent from the field and 31.6 percent from the 3-point line.
The Warriors (33-33) have six video games remaining in the routine season, with their last video game being on May 16. Since this writing, Golden States beings in ninth location in the Western Conference, where they hold a three-game lead over the New Orleans Pelicans (30-36), who sit simply outside of play-in round eligibility.
Based upon this timeline, Oubre could really well appear for the play-in round. If not by then, it would be the preliminary of the playoffs, but that is just if Golden State clinches an area.

According to Chris Haynes of Yahoo! Sports, Oubre will not require surgery on his left wrist and is expected to miss just 1-2 weeks.