David Lee doubtful for playoffs with hamstring injury

David Lee of the Golden State Warriors walks up court after a play in the fourth quarter against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena on December 29, 2013
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David Lee could miss the start of the playoffs as he continues to battle with hamstring problems.

The Golden State Warriors have been dealt a blot ahead of the playoffs with the news that David Lee could miss the post-season games due to injury.

Lee has been struggling with a hamstring problem in recent weeks, and Warriors coach Mark Jackson admitted that the team do not know when they will have the 30-year-old back on the court.

"He's frustrated right now, and rightfully so," Jackson told members of the media.

"We don't know how long, but I tell you what, he's doing everything he possibly can to get back on the floor for this basketball team."

Golden State are currently sixth in the Western Conference.

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