Tempe, Ariz. -- Warriors forward Kevon Looney will sit out of Wednesday's game against the Phoenix Suns with hip soreness, coach Steve Kerr announced earlier in the day.

Looney injured his hip in a collision during Monday's loss to the Miami Heat, Kerr said. Earlier this season, Looney sat out extended time with abdominal soreness. Prior to that, he was limited with a neuropathic condition, forcing him to miss training camp and the first month of the season.

The 24-year-old will miss his 35th game of the season when he doesn't suit up against the Suns.

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Looney has had trouble with his hips in the past. Through his first two seasons, he had surgery on both hips.

Nonetheless, Kerr has called Looney a "foundational piece" in the organization following successful postseason performances in recent years, earning a three-year, $15 million contract last summer.