The Golden State Warriors practiced on Tuesday and then boarded a bus to visit Brandon Rush at his house.
Because the Warriors had been on the road, it was the first time the Warriors saw Rush since he tore his ACL on Friday.
"I know a lot of teams say it, but this team is a tight-knit group,” said Mark Jackson. “They enjoy one another. On the road and at home, they’re around each other a lot. I’ve seen teams scatter once the whistle blows, but this is a unique group. He’s a family member to us, and it’s important to us to go see him and for him to see us. We’re in this thing together.”