Eric Paschall Clears COVID-19 Protocols

JANUARY 13: Paschall has cleared the NBA’s health and safety protocols and will join the Warriors on their upcoming road trip, tweets Slater. Golden State will begin that trip on Thursday in Denver.

JANUARY 12: Second-year Warriors reserve power forward Eric Paschall will be unavailable for tonight’s game against the Pacers as a result of the league’s coronavirus protocols, according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic (via Twitter).

Slater adds that the timeline for Paschall’s anticipated absence from the Warriors has yet to be determined. He may have returned a positive or inconclusive COVID-19 test result, or he may have come into contact with someone who later tested positive and is being isolated as a result of subsequent contact tracing.

Golden State drafted the 6’6″ forward, now 24, with the No. 41 pick out of Villanova in 2019. After injuries thrust him into a major role during his first NBA season, 2019/20, Paschall was named to the season’s All-Rookie First Team.

This year, Paschall is averaging 12.1 PPG, 3.2 RPG, and 1.3 APG in 19.3 MPG for the 6-4 Warriors. Across 10 games, he holds a shooting slash line of .542/.389/.828.

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13 thoughts on “Eric Paschall Clears COVID-19 Protocols

  1. Sillivan

    Chris Bosh rookie season stats
    34 minutes per game
    12 points
    7 rebounds

    Raw milk Wiseman need more PT without Paschall
    I projected
    24 minutes per game
    12 points
    7 rebounds

    • The Howler

      Here is a better stat line than Wiseman

      24 min
      12 ppg
      9 reb
      2 blk

      Greg Oden

      • arc89

        Wiseman is only playing about 14 minutes a game. He is still learning the system and how to rotate like all rookies.

    • x%sure

      Liking error: -1.
      This is too simple-minded a comparison for anything other than textual or conversational usage, but that usage is undermined by the retarded lack of grammar.

      There may be a point in there but it will fail because the comparison is with rookie years. This will be popular with people who don’t get learning, or the importance of it. But it is the least instructive year in a given career because it does not account for the learning element that a successful career will entail. A comparison of any other year is better (unless the purpose is showing wasted potential, which is usually the result of injury or Sillivan-level illiteracy).

  2. Marty McRae

    Paschall is really, really good. Very underrated player that will soon be revered as all Warriors are.

    • Gary

      He’s okay. He was decent last year because the Warriors were full of Scrubs and he was the only guy who could “kind of” score. Now he’s good because at 6-6 he’s playing small-ball center with the second unit and shooting jumpers while the opposing Center protects the rim.

      • rugrat907

        Their 2nd unit has been really solid since Chriss got hurt and Paschall moved into that small ball center role. They will need Looney to pick up more minutes now, plus maybe adjust the rotation a bit to get Draymond more C minutes.

        • GangGreen23

          Looney can’t pick up more Minutes, his body might fall apart. He said the other day that his Left hip is already hurting again.

          Warriors need to Sign a Free Agent Big:

          – Ian Mahinmi
          – Tyler Zeller
          – Dewayne Dedmon
          – Kyle O’Quinn
          – John Henson
          – Skal Labisserie
          – Ekpe Udoh
          – Willie Reed

          Are available.

          • hoopsaremylife

            bruh. lol hasnt he had da same hip injury since da day he got drafted by da warriors? idk but hes not even a reliable big tbh. sure use da DPE on mahinmi or udoh. two good shotblockers

          • Marty McRae

            @GangGreen23 – hearing GSW might be putting Oubre out there on the trade table to swap out for a big.

            JaVale McGee is actually available to GSW under the trade exemption they got for Klay, he’d be PERFECT after his chip last year and taking his game to the next level. He’s already a Warriors fan fave, and the Cavs probably will want to get rid of his money at some point. They could trade him and his money for a 2nd round pick and be done with it.

            If they use the IPE on McGee, and trade Oubre for a big, then flip Mulder out for Korver to just bomb late 3’s when Steph is triple teamed and nothing else, they will be pretty much unstoppable.

            • Marty McRae

              annnnnd now Cleveland just got Jarrett Allen, who makes JaVale totally expendable! Dreams comin true!!!!

        • hoopsaremylife

          actually hes kid of right cuz looney’s body has never been healthy enough to contribute to his team until now. still, he cant do much. all he could do is shoot 65% from da field on 1 or 2 attempts per game while grabbing no more than 3 rpg. hes better as a Pg or playing at da 3 cuz hes more of a ball distributer. without wisemen da warriors get destroyed on defense and rebounding unless they use paschall in small ball lineups.

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