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Warriors report card: Where does Eric Paschall fit in?

Over the next few days, the Bay Area News Group will examine what went right, what went wrong and the biggest offseason questions for each of the Warriors players. Next up is Eric Paschall, who after a standout rookie season underwhelmed in his second year. What went right. Going into...
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Warriors’ Eric Paschall available Friday vs. Pelicans

Warriors forward Eric Paschall on Friday will be available to play for the first time since April 2 after missing the last 19 games with a hip injury. With Paschall back and center Jordan Bell signed to a 10-day contract, the Warriors will have two more big men they can use against the Pelicans Friday and in the postseason.
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Eric Paschall (hip) available for Golden State on Friday

Golden State Warriors forward Eric Paschall will suit up Friday in the team's game against the New Orleans Pelicans. Paschall hasn't played since April 2 due to a hip injury, but he's been given the green light to return to the court against the shorthanded Pelicans. It's unclear if he'll be on a minutes limit in his first action back.
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Warriors' Eric Paschall: Expected to play 20 minutes Friday

Paschall will play around 20 to 24 minutes Friday against New Orleans, Wes Goldberg of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Friday will mark Paschall's first game played since April 2 against Toronto, as the forward was sidelined with a nagging hip injury. Coach Steve Kerr expects to play Paschall about 20 to 24 minutes during Friday's matchup. Across 39 outings this season, Paschall is avenging 9.5 points and 3.2 rebounds.
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Warriors' Eric Paschall: Available to return Friday

Paschall (hip) practiced in full Thursday and will be available Friday against New Orleans, Kendra Andrews of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Paschall will be available to return for his first game since April 2 after battling a hip injury. Considering the amount of time he's been sidelined, he shouldn't be expected to take on significant minutes Friday.
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Warriors' Eric Paschall: Remains out

Paschall (hip) will not play Monday against the Jazz. Paschall has appeared in only two games since mid-March, and at this stage it's fair to wonder if he'll make it back before the end of the season. After Monday, Golden State has just three games remaining before the play-in tournament begins.
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Warriors' Eric Paschall: Out again Saturday

Paschall (hip) will remain sidelined for Saturday's matchup with the Thunder. Paschall's absence will mark his 19th straight game missed due to a hip flexor. It remains unclear how close he is to a return, as the Warriors have not provided much clarity on the situation.
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Warriors' Eric Paschall: Remains out Thursday

Paschall (hip) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Thunder. Paschall will miss an 18th straight game due to a strained hip flexor. It's not yet clear when he'll be able to return.
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Warriors' Eric Paschall: Remains out Monday

Paschall (hip) won't play Monday against the Pelicans. Paschall will miss yet another game due to a left hip flexor strain. His next chance to return will be Tuesday against New Orleans.
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Warriors' Eric Paschall: Ruled out Saturday

Paschall (hip) has been downgraded to out for Saturday's matchup with the Rockets. Paschall was deemed doubtful prior to this update, rendering this news unsurprising. However, he is seemingly getting closer to making a return. His next chance to suit up will come Monday versus the Pelicans.
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Warriors’ Eric Paschall to return from hip injury during 4-game trip

Warriors forward Eric Paschall is expected to return from a left hip flexor strain at some point during the upcoming four-game trip. Head coach Steve Kerr said the hope is that Paschall, who has missed the past 12 games, will play “by the end” of the trip. After Tuesday night’s game against the Dallas Mavericks at Chase Center, Golden State will play Thursday in Minnesota and Saturday in Houston before wrapping up the trip Monday and next Tuesday in New Orleans.
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Warriors' Eric Paschall: Won't return Thursday

Paschall (hip) is listed as out for Thursday's game against Minnesota. Paschall appears to be getting closer to making his return, as he was able to participate in parts of Wednesday's practice, but he'll need at least a couple more days to recover. Consider Paschall optimistically questionable for Saturday's game in Houston.
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Warriors' Eric Paschall: Does light practice, 5-on-5

Paschall (hip) went through a light practice and did some 5-on-5 work during Wednesday's practice, Wes Goldberg of The San Jose Mercury News reports. It seems unlikely Paschall will play Thursday, but he appears to be on the verge of a return. That said, he's not guaranteed to be part of the rotation even when he's healthy.
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Warriors' Eric Paschall: Still out Sunday

Paschall (hip) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Kings. Paschall will continue to be sidelined due to a left hip strain that has plagued him since early April.
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Warriors' Eric Paschall: Out Friday

Paschall (hip) is listed as out for Friday's game against Denver. Paschall has been sidelined since early April due to a hip injury, and he's not quite ready to return. His next chance to play will come Sunday against Sacramento.
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Eric Paschall Injury Update – 4/17/21

Eric Paschall, who has missed the last seven games due to a left hip flexor strain, is making good progress in his rehabilitation. He is currently doing some controlled on-court workouts, and the hope is that he can be incorporated back into team practices later next week.
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Eric Paschall Expands on Fear Black Communities Feel From Police

Paschall explains fear Black communities feel from police originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea. Not long after the Warriors concluded morning shootaround Monday, 24-year-old forward Eric Paschall was talking about a rational fear that should not exist in civilized society. Fear of people wearing badges, carrying guns and too often...