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Bob Myers provides update on Steph Curry, 'he was upset, he's frustrated'

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Bob Myers provides update on Steph Curry, 'he was upset, he's frustrated'

Following shootaround on Wednesday morning, Steph Curry sprained his right ankle while putting up shots.

Yes. That's the same ankle that caused him to miss 11 games in December.

Warriors GM Bob Myers was a guest on 95.7 The Game on Wednesday afternoon and talked about Curry's ankle.

The Athletic's Anthony Slater transcribed Myers' words:

[POOLE: Source: Curry's absence vs Clippers largely precautionary]

Golden State has a back-to-back set on Friday and Saturday in Milwaukee and Toronto, respectively.

Over his last five games, Curry is averaging 35.2 points, 5.6 assists, 5.6 rebounds and 1.4 steals, while shooting over 57 percent from the field and 53 percent (28 for 52) from deep.

Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller

Kevin Durant matches Colin Kaepernick's donation

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Kevin Durant matches Colin Kaepernick's donation

On Sept. 1, 2016, Colin Kaepernick announced that he would donate $1 million to charities that support racial equality.

On Wednesday morning, Kaepernick posted a video on Twitter to provide the following update:

"I'm wrapping up my million dollar pledge and I'm down to my final $100k. I'll be donating $10k a day for the next 10 days. I asked some of my friends what organizations I should donate to.

"First up -- easy-money sniper, Kevin Durant. KD chose De-Bug -- a Bay Area organization that advocates for criminal justice reform and police accountability. On top of that, KD said he would match my $10k donation for a total of $20,000 going to De-Bug.

"You can see how De-Bug will use our money to fight for social justice on kaepernick7.com.

"KD -- thank you so much brother for continuing to uplift and empower our communities. We love and appreciate you. Thank you again."

Durant recently donated $3 million to the University of Texas. 

Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller

Reports: Several prominent Cavs say team issues might not be fixable

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Reports: Several prominent Cavs say team issues might not be fixable

The Warriors trailed the Cavs by seven points at the half on Monday night.

The final score: Golden State 118, Cleveland 108.

Following the game, several key members of the Cavs spoke anonymously to beat reporters who cover the team.

- Dave McMenamin of ESPN:

Multiple players acknowledged growing discontent and a strong sense of concern that unlike past seasons, the team does not have the capability to fix its problems and get back on a championship track.

- Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com:

There is growing discontent and concern in the Cavaliers' locker room that the root problems of their prolonged slump are not fixable.

- Jason Lloyd of The Athletic:

Multiple prominent players acknowledged privately that the problems now facing the Cavs might not be fixable.

The Cavs are 3-9 over their last 12 games and are in third place in the Eastern Conference -- 7.5 games behind the first-place Celtics.

Cleveland's defense is currently ranked 29th in the NBA.

Since returning from his hip injury, Isaiah Thomas is averaging 13.6 points and 3.4 assists, while shooting 36 percent overall and just over 23 percent from deep.

But as Kevin Durant said on Monday night:

"I don't think this game was any indication of what's gonna happen with this team down the line. They're gonna be much better. We all know that."

Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller