OAKLAND -- Despite Tuesday being an "off" day, the Warriors didn't have much of a practice Wednesday, which may or may not be related to the absence of team firebrand Draymond Green.
Green, who has missed two of the last three games, continues to be excluded from physical activities as a precaution against aggravating his sore right shoulder.
So, for now, the sixth-year forward remains on the sideline, along with guard Nick Young, who is in concussion protocol and, of course, Stephen Curry, who has been out since Dec. 4 with a right ankle sprain.
Though Curry again was at the team facility, working out in the exercise room, he will be out for at least another week and likely longer.
"He's just going through rehab every day, not on the court," coach Steve Kerr said, adding that the next update on Curry will come next week.
Green and Young are doubtful for the game against the Mavericks on Thursday at Oracle Arena. Though starting center Zaza Pachulia returned to practice, his status for Thursday also is uncertain.
"I would say Zaza is doubtful for tomorrow," Kerr said. "Draymond, I'd shocked if he played. It doesn't make any sense for him to play."
Kerr cited the general demands of the past few seasons the primary reason for caution with Green. The Warriors have played 308 games -- including 62 in the postseason -- since Kerr arrived before the 2014-15 season.
"Four years in a row, we're trying to get to The Finals," he said. "Our guys have played a lot of games. So we're just going to be very careful."