The Warriors are already dealing with Steph Curry's injury. And then they held their breath with two other players in nearly back-to-back plays in Game 3 Thursday night against the Spurs.
Kevin Durant and Shaun Livingston both left the game early after rolling their left ankle. Durant exited the game with 4:36 remaining and Livingston headed to the locker room at the 4:03 mark.
"I think they're going to be okay," Steve Kerr said to reporters after the win in San Antonio. "Shaun's was probably a little worse than Kevin's. Both sprained ankles. I think they'll be alright."
Going after a loose ball with Patty Mills playing tight defense, you can see Durant injure his ankle below:
The Warriors' star forward told the following to ESPN's Chris Haynes:
Kevin Durant tells ESPN "I'm good. It's nothing" when asked about his ankle sprain. He said "it was a quick roll. It didn't completely turn. I'm fine." He's a go for Sunday.— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) April 20, 2018
Durant led all scorers with 26 points. Livingston's 16 points were third on the Warriors Thursday and tied his season high.