SAN FRANCISCO -- Kevon Looney's season of injury peril continues, as he's expected to miss Golden State's next two games with abdominal soreness, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Thursday afternoon. 

Months removed from being a defensive pillar during the team's championship run, the fifth-year forward has played just 10 games this season, dealing with the effects of a neuropathic condition that's affected his hamstring.

On Thursday, Kerr declined to answer when asked if Looney's latest injury was related to his previous nerve condition. In limited time, he's averaging just 2.6 points and 2.9 rebounds in 10.5 minutes, expressing annoyance on his injury woes along the way.

"It's been kind of frustrating," Looney told NBC Sports Bay Area earlier this week. "Being hurt." 

Looney's latest ailment will sideline him for the Warriors upcoming back to back against Phoenix and Dallas starting Friday and his availability for the team's road trip is unknown. 

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While Looney continues to battle injuries, rookie Eric Paschall is listed as questionable for Friday's game with a hip contusion.