Reports: Warriors’ Patrick McCaw out month with wrist fracture

Kurt Helin
NBC Sports

Warriors’ second-year man Patrick McCaw has seen his role shrink some in recent weeks, but he’s still part of the rotation in Golden State, one counted on in certain matchups.

But not for the next month, he is out with a fractured wrist, reports Chris Haynes of ESPN.


Other Warrior writers have since confirmed this, although the team has yet to make an announcement. He will be back in mid-March, in plenty of time for the postseason.

McCaw was part of the off-the-bench guard rotation with Shaun Livingston. Expect to see a little more Nick Young with McCaw out, so long as young doesn’t shoot his way back to the bench.

The Warriors also have been without rookie Jordan Bell for a couple of weeks due to an ankle injury.

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