Report: Oubre out at least 1-2 weeks with wrist, hand injuries
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Golden State Warriors swingman Kelly Oubre Jr. will miss one-to-two weeks before being re-evaluated due to left wrist and hand injuries, sources told The Athletic's Shams Charania.

Oubre underwent an MRI on Wednesday, which reconfirmed a torn ligament in his wrist and a palm fracture in his hand, the team announced Thursday. The 25-year-old was apparently attempting to play through the injuries for part of April.

The Warriors have six regular-season games remaining, including Thursday's contest against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Their last game of the regular season is a May 16 tilt against the Memphis Grizzlies that could determine whether they qualify for the play-in tournament.

A two-week timeline would rule Oubre out until the first round of the playoffs - should Golden State qualify.

Oubre last played on April 27 against the Dallas Mavericks; Thursday's contest will mark his fifth straight missed game. He's averaging 15.4 points, six rebounds, 1.3 assists, and one steal in 30.7 minutes of action across 55 games this season.

Report: Oubre out at least 1-2 weeks with wrist, hand injuries
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