Patrick McCaw ‘making Functional Progress,' to Begin Modified Drills

The Warriors have released the latest medical update on guard Patrick McCaw.

Injured on March 31 against the Kings, McCaw suffered a lumbosacral bone bruise. He was re-evaluated by the team's medical staff on Thursday. According to the Warriors, McCaw is "making steady functional progress" and has been cleared for modified on-court shooting and running drills.

McCaw will be re-evaluated in four weeks.

Here's the full statement from the Warriors:

"Warriors guard Patrick McCaw, who has been sidelined since suffering a lumbosacral bone bruise on March 31 against the Kings in Sacramento, was re-evaluated today by the team's medical staff. The evaluation indicated that McCaw is making steady functional progress and, as a result, has been cleared to begin modified on-court shooting and running drills. In addition to his on-court work, McCaw will continue to build his overall strength and conditioning under the guidance of the team's training staff. He will be re-evaluated again in four (4) weeks."

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