Posted December 15, 2011 on AP on Fox
Kwame Brown's season with the Golden State Warriors is all but over. The Warriors announced Thursday that the former No. 1 overall pick is expected to miss at least three months because of a chest injury, putting the much-maligned center's season in serious jeopardy. He will have surgery in the next few days to repair a tear in his pectoralis major, the large chest muscle that attaches to his right shoulder. Brown could return in April if the team is in playoff contention. ''It's a blow,'' Warriors general manager Larry Riley said. ''I've struggled since I've been here to try to get us a player with some size and a physical presence in the middle. And I was quite hopeful that with Andris Biedrins and Kwame Brown's presence in the middle, that we had ourselves in a good situation and that would be productive for us. But that's all kind of water under the dam now.'' Brown's injury is only the latest for a team still s...
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