David Lee PF/C GS 1 Day

Lee (hamstring) is hopeful that he will be able to return for Sunday's game in Detroit, but said he will more likely have to wait until Dec. 2 or Dec. 4 before making his return, the San Francisco Chronicle's Rusty Simmons reports.

In the meantime, Draymond Green will continue to do an excellent job filling in for Lee at the four. Fantasy owners should not anticipate a return until sometime next week.

David Lee PF/C GS 2 Days

Lee (hamstring) will not play Tuesday against the Heat, Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

It was reported Monday that Lee will likely miss the remainder of the Warriors' current road trip, which ends Sunday in Detroit. While that's yet to be confirmed, Lee will miss Tuesday's matchup with the Heat, and it seems unlikely he'll play Wednesday in Orlando. Expect Draymond Green to continue starting in Lee's place.

David Lee PF/C GS 2 Days

Lee (hamstring) is unlikely to suit up during the remainder of the Warriors' current road trip, which concludes on Nov. 30 in Detroit, the San Jose Mercury News reports.

Consequently, don't expect Lee to take the court until Dec. 2 at the earliest. The decision seems laden with precaution, but Golden State's 10-2 start affords them the ability to bring one of the mainstays of the frontcourt along slowly.

David Lee PF/C GS 3 Days

Lee (hamstring) won't play Tuesday against Miami, Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Although Lee made progress over the weekend, he's not quite ready for game action again. With a back-to-back on the schedule that puts the Warriors on the floor against the Magic on Wednesday, Lee seems unlikely to return to the lineup before Friday in Charlotte.

David Lee PF/C GS 3 Days

Lee (hamstring) could play by the end of the Warriors' current road trip, Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Lee was examined over the weekend and the results were positive, so he'll likely be back in the mix in the near future. Lee won't play Sunday against Oklahoma City, and he'll likely miss Tuesday's (Heat) and Wednesday's (Magic) games before potentially returning Friday in Charlotte. If he's not ready Friday, his next opportunity comes Sunday in Detroit, which is the final game of the team's five-game road swing.

David Lee PF/C GS 5 Days

Lee (hamstring) was examined Friday and is making very good progress in his recovery, the San Francisco Chronicle's Rusty Simmons reports.

He will be reevaluated again on the Warriors' upcoming five-game road trip, and Draymond Green will continue to start until Lee is able to return.

David Lee PF/C GS 7 Days

Lee (hamstring) will not play Friday against Utah, but could return to action on the team's road trip next week, the San Jose Mercury News reports.

Lee has been progressing, running up and down the court without defenders, but needs continue running without issue in order to be cleared for active duty.

David Lee PF/C GS 8 Days

Lee (hamstring) progressed to 5-on-0 work Wednesday and the team will release a full reevaluation Thursday, the San Francisco Chronicle's Rusty Simmons reports.

He seems to be moving around a little bit more each day. We should receive a new timetable Thursday, as the original two-week timetable be reached this Friday.

David Lee PF/C GS 15 Days

Lee (hamstring) got up and down the court during Wednesday's practice, the San Francisco Chronicle's Rusty Simmons reports.

He was under the training staff's supervision during Wednesday's session, but this at least sounds like a step in the right direction. However, he is not expected to be reevaluated by the team until next weekend, so his timetable for a return to the court remains unclear. Draymond Green will continue to be a major beneficiary of Lee's absence.

David Lee PF/C GS 20 Days

Updating a previous report: The MRI that Lee underwent Thursday revealed an aggravated strained left hamstring, which means he'll be out for at least two weeks before being re-evaluated.

Lee tweaked the hamstring during Wednesday's game against the Clippers, and will now have to wait at least a few weeks before contributing. Considering the Warriors are off to a hot start and remain unbeaten, they probably won't be all too hesitant in keeping Lee sidelined longer than the original two week timetable. We'll have to wait and see how healthy Lee feels when that time comes, and then see how the Warriors plan to go about it.