Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer
When asked about teammate Kevin Durant (rib fracture) joining Klay Thompson (fractured right thumb) and Stephen Curry (sprained right ankle) on the Warriors' injury list, forward Draymond Green initially joked, "It's more shots for me, baby." Green then added, "That's the most important thing, though, is to get healthy. Obviously, I think, where we are right now -- we're in a position where, I think all three guys could play if they had to, but it's just not that important for them to play. I think it's more important for them to be healthy. That's kind of been the theme the whole year – just to keep guys fresh and healthy and try to get a rhythm while doing it. With those three guys being down, it gives other guys a chance to play, get some minutes. But it also gives [our stars] a chance to not only rest or get rehab but also get their legs back going into the playoffs. It's a long season, so, I don't think it's all bad for us with those guys being down. We'll be fine and get them healthy and then we can go into the playoffs healthy. That's the goal."