Warriors ahead Kevin Durant, who rolled his left ankle late in Thursday’s Game 3 win over the Spurs, says he will not miss Sunday’s Game four of the primary-spherical NBA playoff collection.
Nevertheless, Shaun Livingston’s ankle injury, suffered moments after Durant’s, could possibly be extra problematic, coach Steve Kerr stated afterward.
“I feel they will be OK,” Kerr advised reporters (by way of NBC Sports activities Bay Space) after the win in San Antonio. “Shaun’s was in all probability just a little worse than Kevin’s. Each sprained ankles. I feel they will be alright.”
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— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) April 20, 2018
“I am good,” Durant informed ESPN. “It is nothing.”
Kevin Durant tells ESPN “I’m good. It’s nothing” when requested about his ankle sprain. He stated “it was a fast roll. It didn’t utterly flip. I’m advantageous.” He’s a go for Sunday.
— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) April 20, 2018
The Warriors medical employees checked Durant on the bench for a number of minutes after which left the ground for the locker room shortly earlier than the top of the victory that gave the Warriors a 3-zero lead within the collection.
Durant completed with 26 factors on 9-for-17 capturing in 34 minutes. Livingston had sixteen factors in 20 minutes.