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David Lee returned to action on Friday April 11.

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David Lee (hamstring) will give it a go against the Lakers on Friday.

He is going to come off the bench and said he is not 100 percent. Perhaps the Warriors getting embarrassed on the glass on Thursday was a factor for Lee to play tonight, which will decrease the opportunity for Draymond Green. Fantasy owners can pick Lee back up, but he's not a must-start play.

David Lee PF/C GS 8 Days

CSN Bay Area still considers David Lee (back, hamstring) "out indefinitely."

There is no new update from the team Friday as the Warriors are on a back-to-back. All we know is that Lee did go through individual drills before Thursday's game and he's officially "day-to-day." It would be a surprise if he suits up against the Lakers Friday night, but we probably won't know for sure until an hour before the 10:30pm ET tip.

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David Lee (hamstring) will not play on Thursday.

He was highly unlikely to play and has been dealing with leg and back issues. Lee is back at practice and could probably go had this been a playoff game, but he may not be ready for the weekend either. Draymond Green makes for a solid spot start.

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David Lee (hamstring) went through Thursday's shootaround and he's questionable to play vs. the Nuggets.

Lee has nerve irritation stemming from his back, which has led to pain in his hamstring, so it wouldn't be surprising if the Warriors played it safe and rested him again. The fact that he's even questionable to play is encouraging but we won't learn his availability until closer to tip-off.

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David Lee (hamstring) went through at least some portions of practice on Wednesday.

As it stands right now, he is unlikely to play for Thursday. That could change with this development with Lee practicing today, though. This does come as a bit of a surprise and it's encouraging news on his outlook, but we would still consider him slightly doubtful to take on the Nuggets. If he's out, Draymond Green would be a nice play on a two-game night.

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David Lee (hamstring, nerve irritation) is expected to miss Thursday's game vs. the Nuggets.

Lee didn't practice on Tuesday and there is no clear timetable for his return. Draymond Green has been a solid fantasy option over the Warriors' past six games, averaging 9.0 points on 46 percent shooting, 1.0 threes, 7.2 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 1.0 steals and 1.7 blocks. Interestingly, he hasn't attempted a single free throw during that span. Keep Green active while we await updates on Lee's balky hamstring.

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David Lee (nerve inflammation) has no timetable for his return and coach Mark Jackson left open the possibility that he'll miss games in the postseason.

Lee has been out since injuring his hamstring in late March, and a recent MRI revealed the nerve issue. When Jackson was explicitly asked whether Lee will be healthy for the start of the playoffs, he replied, "I don't know that. I haven't been part of that dialogue. That hasn't been something we've discussed. He's doing everything and it seemed like he'd be ready and he's not." That's vague enough to leave room for doubt, but it sounds like Lee will be on the shelf for at least a few more regular season games.

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David Lee (hamstring) and Andrew Bogut (groin) are both out for Friday's game against the Kings.

David Lee PF/C GS 15 Days

David Lee (hamstring) is very questionable for Friday's game against the Kings.

Lee's comments from Thursday are not encouraging. "I'm able to jump, I'm able to slide or do things like that, it's just when I go to sprint or explode and go 100 percent, it still is really tight on me and it's catching," he said. With the playoffs on the horizon, we wouldn't expect the Warriors to push Lee at all. Look for Draymond Green to get another start at power forward.