Draymond Green won't play Tuesday against the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Warriors star will miss his sixth straight game, sitting out once again due to left knee soreness, according to the NBA's official injury report. Green has played just 9:44 since Feb. 23, getting ejected in the first quarter of a blowout loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Feb. 27.
Steph Curry, meanwhile, still is listed as questionable for Tuesday. Curry didn't play in Saturday's win over the Philadelphia 76ers nor did he practice Sunday after coming down with the flu. Warriors coach Steve Kerr told reporters Sunday that the two-time MVP was "doing all right, but not well enough to practice" at the time.
Green and Curry have not suited up alongside one another since Curry broke his hand on Oct. 30. Neither has played with Klay Thompson this season, as the Warriors guard will miss the duration of the 2019-20 campaign while rehabbing his torn left ACL.
The Warriors (15-49) have won just four times in 20 games sans Curry and Green, but Golden State beat Philadelphia on Saturday in the absence of both players. The Sixers were missing Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, but facing Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and the Clippers at Chase Center without Curry and/or Green will be a much different challenge for the Warriors.