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News » Swine flu for guard Watson?

Swine flu for guard Watson?

Swine flu for guard Watson? Warriors guard C.J. Watson on Sunday morning informed his "tweeps" that he might have contracted the swine flu.

He was examined by a doctor at the Bradley Center following the Warriors' 129-125 loss to Milwaukee on Saturday. He had five points and three assists against the Bucks, one night after a season-best 19-point effort against New York.

"Just came back from the doctor. Suspected H1N1," Watson tweeted. "I have to wear this mask when I'm around people like I have SARS or something. LOL. I don't like it at all."

New Jersey guard Chris Douglas-Roberts was diagnosed with the H1N1 virus Nov. 7 and missed three games. He played 18 minutes a week later and scored 16 points in 36 minutes the next night.

Azubuike injury: The Warriors had no update on injured forward Kelenna Azubuike , who flew back to the Bay Area on Sunday to meet with team orthopedist Dr. Frank Chen. He will have another MRI exam today.

Azubuike hurt his left knee in the opening minutes of Saturday's game as he sliced into the lane. When he tried to plant, his leg gave out and he landed on his back while clutching his leg.

His kneecap appeared out of place as he was on the Bradley Center court, and an initial MRI showed an injury to the patellar tendon. Azubuike, who is averaging 13.9 points and 4.6 rebounds a game, could miss three to five months.

"It's another setback for this team," Stephen Jackson said. "Hopefully, it's not that serious."

The Warriors are already without Andris Biedrins back/groin, Ronny Turiaf knee and Brandan Wright shoulder.

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