David Lee PF/C GS 20 Hrs

Lee (hamstring) is expected to return next week assuming he doesn't suffer any setbacks in practice, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Lee has been dealing with a nagging hamstring issue all season, but it appears he could be ready to return again at some point next week. The team is off until Monday, but has games Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Lee rejoining the lineup will be a boost for the Warriors, who are currently without Andrew Bogut for a unknown period of time.

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Lee (hamstring) is listed as out for Thursday's game, the San Francisco Chronicle's Rusty Simmons reports.

The Warriors won't play again until Monday, so Lee will have some more time to continue to rest his hamstring. Draymond Green and Marreese Speights will continue to benefit from his absence.

David Lee PF/C GS 4 Days

Lee (hamstring) remains out for Tuesday's game against Memphis, Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Lee remains without a firm timetable, though the team hinted last week that he could be slated to return following the current, three-game road swing, which concludes Tuesday. Lee was seen getting work in during Saturday's shootaround, but he's yet to prove he's ready to return to a full-contact, full-speed setting.

David Lee PF/C GS 6 Days

Lee (hamstring) will not play Sunday against the Pelicans, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Lee, now more than five weeks removed from suffering the hamstring strain, was in uniform and warming up prior to Saturday's game, but evidently he just hasn't shown enough mobility to warrant a return to the lineup. Festus Ezeli figures to continue starting until Lee is cleared.

David Lee PF/C GS 6 Days

Lee (strained left hamstring) will not play Saturday.

He was in uniform and warming up before the game, but he's not quite ready to return yet. Consider him highly questionable for Sunday's game, but it seems like he is slowly nearing a return to action.

David Lee PF/C GS 6 Days

Lee (hamstring) was in uniform and getting work in at Saturday's shootaround, ESPN's Ethan Strauss reports.

He had taken part in a three-on-three drills earlier in the week, so he should be considered questionable for Saturday's game. Owners should be cautiously optimistic, and upon his return he will act as a reserve, as Draymond Green has played his way into the starting role for the foreseeable future.

David Lee PF/C GS 7 Days

Lee (hamstring) participated in a post-practice game of three-on-three in a half-court setting Thursday, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

The Warriors will see how Lee responds to Thursday's work, though he's not expected to suit up Saturday against Dallas. They would like Lee to be involved in a full practice before he's given the green light to play in a game.

David Lee PF/C GS 9 Days

Lee (hamstring) is expected to join the Warriors on their upcoming three-game road trip, Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Lee will attempt to return to practice Thursday, and will remain with the team for their upcoming road trip, which starts Saturday in Dallas. His return remains uncertain, and will likely depend on his practice performance. While he's out, Draymond Green will continue to see heavy minutes, with Green's solid play of late threatening Lee's status as a starter.

David Lee PF/C GS 10 Days

Lee (hamstring) will not play Wednesday versus Houston, Antonio Gonzalez of the Associated Press reports.

Lee continues to struggle in his bid to return from a hamstring injury. There was hope he'd be ready to play Monday against Minnesota, but it appears once again that he'll be evaluated on a game-to-game basis. Following Wednesday's contest, the Warriors are off until Saturday, so an update on Lee's status should be available before the end of the week. Expect Draymond Green to continue to start at power forward until further notice.

David Lee PF/C GS 10 Days

Lee (hamstring) sat Monday's game against the Timberwolves.

Lee was listed as probable before the game, which means he's presumably going to return sooner than later. The Warriors play the Rockets on Wednesday, and owners should consider Lee a game-time decision from this point on.