NBA round-up: Draymond Green matches Golden State Warriors record with triple-double

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NBA fans, good day to you all.

Welcome to the latest round-up focusing solely on all matters that should be of importance to you. Team news, trade offerings and injury updates; if they’re there to be found, we’ll find them.

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Green matches Warriors record

There’s simply no stopping the Golden State Warriors this season in the NBA.

Not only do they have Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry regularly tearing up the court, but the rest of the team is actually pretty good as well.

The accolades continue to mount for Draymond Green in particular, who now has three consecutive double-doubles after last night’s win over the Hornets.

He’s only the second player in Warriors history to achieve that feat, and just one off of the likes of Russell Westbrook and Michael Jordan, who achieved four.

Watch Green's highlights here:

Rose scan results positive

Meanwhile, it’s good news for fans of the Chicago Bulls; Derrick Rose has no structural damage with regards to his right leg.

Rose underwent an MRI yesterday to ensure that his knee was properly on the mend, but the feedback was all positive.

He’s now a game-time decision for tonight’s clash with the Bucks.

Lillard returns for the Trail Blazers

Lastly, the Portland Trail Blazers welcomed Damian Lillard back to the starting lineup last night after enduring seven games without the dominant point guard.

Lillard was missing due to a sore foot before last night’s loss against the Memphis Grizzlies - he’d never sat out of an NBA game in his career before picking up that problem.

Michael Jordan
Derrick Rose
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Western Conference
Stephen Curry
Derrick Rose
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