Golden State Warriors’ Robert Greene set to miss 10 days with sore ankle
Robert Greening has been ruled out of the Warriors’ final two games with a strained right ankle.
Golden State Warriors forward Robert Green (24) celebrates after scoring against the Utah Jazz during the fourth quarter of their NBA basketball game at Oracle Arena, Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2019, in Oakland, Calif.
Robert Greening celebrates after he scored against the Jazz during second half of their game at the Oracle Arena on Wednesday, November 12, 2018, in Phoenix.
The Warriors (23-14) have won eight straight games, including a 107-91 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday.
Greening is the only Warrior with multiple double-doubles in the season.
The Warriors are 3-2 this season with Greening scoring 30.6 points per game and leading the team in rebounding (20.6 per game) and assists (12.9).
Greening missed the Warriors last three games due to a strained left ankle.
He scored 16 points in that span and is averaging 13.9 points on 54.9 percent shooting.
The 29-year-old Greening is averaging 22.6 minutes per game in his last nine games.