Golden State Warriors Player News: All Positions

News: Thompson has officially been cleared to train without any restrictions, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.
Impact: While the Warriors won't be among the 22 teams in Orlando next month, the expectation is that Thompson will be a full go for the team's eventual offseason minicamp. According to Slater's report, Thompson received full clearance "a couple weeks back" and has already been participating in "high-octane" workouts. While the sharpshooter is yet to scrimmage, he's gone through individual and group sessions involving running, jumping, dunking, 3-on-0, and 5-on-0 situations.
News: In an interview with Anthony Slater of The Athletic, Paschall said he's anticipating taking on a lesser role with Klay Thompson (knee) and Steph Curry (hand) expected back healthy. "I mean, I know I'm going to take a lesser role," Paschall said. "But I still feel I'm going to make an impact because I feel like I've proven myself. I feel like I'm ready to prove myself at the highest level."
Impact: Paschall joined the Warriors as a rookie under unique circumstances, as the team found itself in the midst of a holding pattern following five straight trips to the NBA Finals. After Curry injured his hand early in the season, Golden State shifted toward a full-on youth movement, enabling Paschall to step into a larger role than anticipated. Across 60 games, Paschall averaged 14.0 points, 4.6 rebounds and 2.1 assists while making 26 starts and playing nearly 28 minutes per game. With a healthy roster next season, the Villanova product is aware he'll likely take a backseat, but he said he'll be ready to contribute to what should be a much more competitive roster. "The spacing's going to be ridiculous," Paschall said of playing alongside Curry and Thompson. "I can't wait for that."
News: Looney underwent surgery Wednesday to repair a core-muscle injury.
Impact: The big man was nursing a hip injury at the time the NBA season was suspended in March, but this latest procedure addresses a core-muscle issue that contributed to him missing a total of 45 games during the 2019-20 season. According to the Warriors' official news release, Looney is expected to begin rehabbing immediately with the expectation that he'll be ready for the start of the 2020-21 campaign.