Patrick McCaw to be discharged from hospital after scary fall

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Hard fall forces Warriors' Patrick McCaw to leave game on stretcher

The Golden State Warriors can breathe a sigh of relief with Patrick McCaw's release from the hospital following a scary fall in their game against the Sacramento Kings last Saturday, March 31.

According to Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports, the MRI on McCaw returned structurally sound, but there is no return timetable yet.

McCaw was taken away on a stretcher after a thud to the court following a foul by Sacramento's Vince Carter in the Warriors' 112-96 win. "I play this game because I love it and enjoy it and not for that, not to see young guys get hurt".

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McCaw, 6-foot-5 and able to play multiple positions, has been a critical part of the Golden State bench in his two National Basketball Association seasons.

"It's terrifying. That's all we're thinking about", said Kerr, who did not want to talk about anything from the game itself. It resulted in McCaw falling on his tailbone and taken off the floor on a stretcher.

Soon after, Warriors players David West, Shaun Livingston and JaVale McGee went to the locker room to calm their emotions.

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Kerr's initial anger quickly subsided, and he put an arm on Carter's back as they watched McCaw receive medical attention on the court. Kerr swore and was visibly frustrated and hollered "He knows better", referring to Carter, before going out to the court to check on his second-year guard. It really wasn't until this morning that I felt good about the news.

Carter said the foul was an accident and he personally apologized to the Warriors after the game. "He's never been that type of guy", Green added. "I know that was tough on Vince". "It looked like he was just caught in the middle of the play and wanted to move out of the way, but Pat was coming so fast". I'm mad at Vince. "Nobody in our locker room thinks Vince did that on objective".

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