Paschall reportedly clears NBA's health and safety protocols after false positive

Club's 2nd-year big man missed out on Tuesday night's loss
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Eric Paschall has reportedly cleared the NBA's health and safety protocols, according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic.

According to Paschall, he entered the protocols due to a false positive. Here's how the story initially broke on Tuesday night, in advance of the Warriors ensuing 104-95 loss to the Pacers

Shortly thereafter, Paschall took to Twitter with an update, of sorts, of his own:

Kerr had discussed Paschall's absence before the defeat to the Pacers.

“We gotta make up for Eric’s loss and it’s a big loss with the way he’s been playing," Kerr said of the second-year player, who has emerged as the small-ball center of the second unit.

Kerr declined to estimate how much time Paschall would miss, but his response proved accurate.

“We don’t anticipate that it will be long, but at this point we’re not sure.”