Warriors' Green exits game vs. Rockets with left ankle sprain
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Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green exited Saturday's game at Oracle Arena against the visiting Houston Rockets early in the fourth quarter with a sprained left ankle.

Green fell to the court in agony after stepping on DeMarcus Cousins' foot while defending Rockets point guard Chris Paul. He was eventually ruled out for the remainder of the contest after gingerly making his way to the locker room.

Following Golden State's 118-112 loss, head coach Steve Kerr told reporters he doesn't believe the injury is serious after briefly chatting with Green, and the team would have more details about his status on Sunday, according to the Mercury News' Mark Medina.

The three-time All-Star finished with four points, four rebounds, three assists, and three turnovers on 2-of-6 shooting in 24 minutes of action.

The reigning NBA champions are back in action on Monday against the Charlotte Hornets to kick off a four-game road trip against Eastern Conference competition.

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