The Warriors are in Oklahoma City for a Saturday night showdown against the Thunder, but it sounds like they will not be at full strength.
On Friday night, Steve Kerr was asked if Kevin Durant will be in uniform for the game.
"I would say it's doubtful," Golden State's head coach told Damon Bruce on 95.7 The Game. "He's officially questionable, so I guess that's the word I should use. ... I just think that given the nature of the ankle and giving him a couple of extra days makes too much sense, especially at this stage of the season.
"If this were a playoff game, for sure he would be playing. But we want to be extra cautious. So I'm guessing San Antonio [on Monday night] will be his first game back. But we'll see how he feels. It's up to him and to Rick (Celebrini) after shootaround."
Tonight is the Warriors' only visit to Oklahoma City this season -- unless they end up facing the Thunder in the playoffs.
Durant, who did not play in Golden State's win at Houston on Wednesday night, has played against his former team at Chesapeake Energy Arena three times over the prior two seasons:
1) Feb. 11, 2017 = 34 points (12-for-21 FG)
2) March 20, 2017 = out with a knee injury
3) Nov. 22, 2017 = 21 points (8-for-17 FG)
4) April 3, 2018 = 34 points (9-for-25 FG)
The Warriors (46-21) are in first place in the Western Conference, while the Thunder (42-27) are in fifth.