Warriors Injury Report: Patrick McCaw, Stephen Curry probable vs Utah

With the team losing, Golden State Warriors’ Patrick McCaw (0), left, and teammate Stephen Curry (30) walk off the court during a timeout in the fourth period of their basketball game against the Boston Celtics at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. (Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group)

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Warriors guard Stephen Curry (right shoulder soreness) and Patrick McCaw have been listed as probable for Tuesday, the team announced Monday evening.

In addition, forward Jordan Bell remains sidelined with an inflamed left ankle.

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr expressed optimism McCaw will make his return against the Jazz after Monday’s practice in Oakland. McCaw missed the past two games, including Saturday’s 109-105 win against the Boston Celtics.

“He’s good,” Kerr said. “I think he’ll be good to go.”

Prior to this injury, McCaw missed two games as a result of a concussion suffered in a 125-115 win over the New Orleans Pelicans Dec. 4.

Still, the second-year guard is averaging career highs in points (4.0), rebounds (1.5) and assists (1.4)

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