David Lee PF/C GS 3 Months

David Lee double-doubled in Tuesday's 113-103 loss to the Clippers with 18 points, 10 boards and four assists in 28 minutes.

The Warriors actually won the battles in points in the paint and rebounds tonight, but the Clippers have just been exploiting the Warriors due to a lack of a center. Lee had a tough time guarding DeAndre Jordan tonight and he's dealt with some struggles in low-post defense. He'll look to get it turned around in Game 6 on Thursday with his team down 3-2.

David Lee PF/C GS 3 Months

Warriors coach Mark Jackson hinted that he may change Golden State's starting lineup for Game 4

"I won't say whether I will or with who, but it's possible," Jackson said Friday. David Lee's defense on Blake Griffin has been suspect and he's clearly being looked at as a potential liability. Nothing is confirmed at this time but it's possible that Draymond Green could get the nod over Lee in Game 4.

David Lee PF/C GS 3 Months

David Lee looked great in the Warriors' Game 1 victory on Saturday, scoring 20 points on 8-of-13 shooting with 13 rebounds and three assists in 36 minutes.

Lee played solid post defense and drew a number of fouls against Blake Griffin, who eventually fouled out in 19 minutes. His recent hamstring injury led to some concern about his conditioning, as he hadn't played more than 33 minutes in the past three weeks, but Saturday's performance was a clear indication that the ambidextrous PF is healthy and ready to go.

David Lee PF/C GS 4 Months

David Lee, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Jermaine O'Neal and Draymond Green all got a rest on Wednesday, but all should be ready to go for the playoffs.

Lee is the most banged up of this bunch with a sore hamstring, while Andrew Bogut isn't likely to play in the postseason with a fractured rib. Expect everyone but Bogut to be ready to face the Clippers in Round 1.

David Lee PF/C GS 4 Months

David Lee will sit out Wednesday's game to get some rest.

Lee's hamstring responded well to his recent return, and he dropped 25 points on 12-of-14 shooting on Monday, so his absence is truly a precaution. Marreese Speights will assume the starting PF job in his absence.

David Lee PF/C GS 4 Months

David Lee said that his hamstring felt better during Monday's game vs. the Wolves, during which he scored 25 points on 12-of-14 shooting.

It was the second half of a back-to-back set, which makes his performance even more encouraging as the Warriors prepare to play without Andrew Bogut (broken rib). Head coach Mark Jackson said that he'll deploy a frontcourt of Lee and Draymond Green as needed, since Jermaine O'Neal can't play huge minutes, Festus Ezeli (knee) is still recovering, and Marreese Speights isn't much of a rim protector anyway.

David Lee PF/C GS 4 Months

David Lee scored 25 points on 12-of-14 shooting with nine rebounds and two steals over 28 minutes on Monday against the Wolves.

Lee reached for his hamstring at one point but it didn't seem to affect his play, but now that the Warriors have clinched their seeding Mark Jackson has already indicated that a lot of guys will rest. Lee will be at the top of that list, making him doubtful for Wednesday's game pending an update.

David Lee PF/C GS 4 Months

David Lee (hamstring) posted four points, four rebounds, two assists and one steal in a start at PF on Sunday, as the Warriors lost a heart-breaker on the road in Portland.

Lee missed seven games due to his injury, which stemmed from nerve irritation, but he didn't aggravate anything by playing 25 minutes in his return on Friday. His playing time ramped up to 33 minutes on Sunday and the Warriors are likely to keep him active over the next two games, both to get him some rhythm and fight off the Mavericks for the sixth seed.

David Lee PF/C GS 4 Months

David Lee (hamstring) will start for the Warriors on Sunday, shifting Draymond Green back to a bench role.

Lee's nerve irritation seems to have subsided and the Warriors will revert to their typical rotations as they make one last push to solidify their playoff seeding.

David Lee PF/C GS 4 Months

David Lee (hamstring) returned to action on Friday against the Lakers, scoring 10 points on 4-of-12 shooting with 10 rebounds and two steals in 25 minutes off the bench.

The Lakers were a good spot to get Lee back in action and though it's unlikely he stays in a bench role, it sure would make a lot of sense going forward to balance the first and second units. Draymond Green scored nine points on 3-of-6 shooting with two threes, seven boards, four steals and one block in 32 minutes, and his defense helps round out a formidable starting five on that end. Keep Green going unless the Warriors indicate Lee is going to play big minutes.