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Report: Draymond Green receives results on left knee MRI

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Report: Draymond Green receives results on left knee MRI

The Golden State Warriors and Dubnation have been holding their breath a bit awaiting the results of Draymond Green's MRI. 

They can breathe a little better now. 

According to ESPN, the forward underwent an MRI on his left knee and results came back negative. 

Green left Tuesday's game against the Rockets one point shy of a triple double after 28 minutes of work. 

The Warriors were left in a defensive deficit in his absence and ultimatley lost to the Rockets 122-121. 

More to come...

'They said that I couldn't guard perimeters' so JaVale McGee made a big change last summer

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'They said that I couldn't guard perimeters' so JaVale McGee made a big change last summer

Did you know that JaVale McGee is a staunch vegan?

"I’ve been fully vegan for about five to six months now since the season started, and probably a month before," JaVale told GQ back in late February.

On Thursday morning, JaVale was a guest on KNBR 680 to promote his "Water For Life Charity Softball Game" this Saturday at the Oakland Coliseum.

Near the end of the conversation, the two-time champion was asked about his diet.

"My teammates really don't rock with the veganism -- they like food too much," JaVale explained. "It makes me feel amazing, it keeps my weight down ... keeps me in shape, my mind. 

[LISTEN: Warriors Outsiders Podcast: Who will be the pick at No. 28? Will Golden State buy a second-round pick?]

"That's definitely something I'm working on even more, and I worked on last summer -- they said that my fault was that I couldn't guard perimeters in switches and things of that nature. So being vegan really helped me out, and being able to be more agile and guard LeBron for example.

"That wasn't happening last year until the summer and I went into the gym and really focused on what I needed to do to be able to get more time on the floor."

JaVale showed improvement last season with his ability to slide his feet and stay with guards and/or wings.

But in the Western Conference Finals, he was relegated to the bench because the coaching staff didn't think he would be able to effectively guard James Harden or Chris Paul.

The 30-year old is about to become an unrestricted free agent, and it's unclear if the Warriors want JaVale back for a third season (it's also unclear if they will be able to afford him).

And in case you were curious:

"If I'm not vegan I can get up to around 270-275 (pounds). If I am vegan, I can stay around 255," JaVale said.

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

JJ Redick loves Chris Paul, 'but he's got some bulls**t with his game'

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JJ Redick loves Chris Paul, 'but he's got some bulls**t with his game'

JJ Redick and Chris Paul were teammates with the Clippers for four seasons.

On the most recent episode of "The J.J. Redick Podcast," Redick and Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell had the following exchange:

Redick: "CP's trickery -- it's annoying, right?"

Mitchell: "Yeah. And he just says whatever. He just throws the ball."

Redick: "He's yelling at the refs, he's doing his little sweep-through on the left block (laughter)."

Mitchell: "I told him, I said 'there's gonna be a day where I get you a technical foul.' And that'll be the happiest day of my NBA career."

Redick: "I love CP."

Mitchell: "That's my guy."

Redick: "But he's got some bulls**t with his game. Sometimes, it's baffling to me."

[LISTEN: Warriors Outsiders Podcast: Who will be the pick at No. 28? Will Golden State buy a second-round pick?]

You are probably nodding your head furiously right now and/or yelling 'Yes!"

OK.

Carry on with your day and enjoy tonight's draft.

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