Kevon Looney's pain tolerance is pretty darn high.
Despite aggravating his right first costal cartilage non-displaced fracture injury in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, the Warriors big man will suit up Thursday night against the Raptors in Game 6 for the last game at Oracle Arena.
Looks like Kevin Looney will ‘give it a go' tonight, per Warriors coach Steve Kerr.— Monte Poole (@MontePooleNBCS) June 13, 2019
Looney initially got injured in Game 2 and was ruled out for the series shortly thereafter. He missed Game 3 but returned to the floor for Games 4 and 5, only to re-injure his chest Monday night in Toronto.
But it looks like this won't keep him out for Game 6 in what should turn into an epic night in Oakland. Looney scored 4 points and added 3 rebounds in 18 minutes in Game 5 and has been a steady contributor for the Dubs all season long on defense and finishing well around the basket.