Warriors' Kelly Oubre will miss NBA play-in tournament to injury

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Warriors' Oubre will miss NBA play-in tournament to injury originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Kelly Oubre Jr. will not be available for the Warriors in the NBA play-in tournament, no matter what seed Golden State earns. 

The Warriors announced Sunday that Oubre, who has missed the last nine games with a small avulsion fracture and ligament tear in his left wrist, will be re-evaluated in seven to 10 days. 

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Oubre played 55 games for the Warriors in the regular season. He averaged 15.4 points and 6.0 rebounds per game. Oubre also shot just 31.6 percent from 3-point range, his lowest since his second year in the league. 

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The Warriors face the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday looking to secure the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference. The loser will become the No. 9 seed. Becoming the No. 8 seed would mean the Warriors only need to win one play-in game to make the playoffs, while the No. 9 seed would need to win two games.

In Oubre's nine-game absence, the Warriors have gone 7-2. They're riding a five-game win streak ahead of Sunday's matchup.

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