Warriors guard McCaw out at least 4 weeks with wrist injury

Second-year Warriors guard Patrick McCaw will miss at least four weeks after breaking a bone in his left wrist. (Ben Margot/AP)

OAKLAND, Calif. — Second-year Warriors guard Patrick McCaw will miss at least four weeks after breaking a bone in his left wrist.

Golden State announced that McCaw had a non-displaced fracture in the wrist. The injury occurred Sunday when McCaw was with the G League’s Santa Cruz Warriors, the team said.

The Warriors were playing Wednesday at Portland to conclude the schedule before the All-Star break. McCaw will wear a cast for 10 days then be re-evaluated in four weeks.

Last weekend, McCaw bounced between Golden State and Santa Cruz to get more playing time.

McCaw is averaging 3.7 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 15.6 minutes for the defending NBA champions.

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