Warriors center Kevon Looney has only played 10 minutes this season. And the Dubs will continue to be without him for the foreseeable future.

The Warriors announced Wednesday that Looney's neuropathic condition will be re-evaluated in two weeks. 

Looney left the Warriors' season-opening loss against the Clippers with right hamstring tightness. He was advised to see a team of specialists to evaluate an on-going neuropathic condition that has "nagged him for a few years that’s affected his hamstring."

The Warriors' frontcourt is extremely thin right now. Golden State continues to be without Looney, and Draymond Green will miss at least the next three games due to a torn ligament in his left index finger. 

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Coach Steve Kerr will rely on the likes of Willie-Cauley Stein, Omari Spellman and rookie Eric Paschall, who has been a star as of late. 

Looney signed a three-year, $15 million contract this past summer during free agency to stay in the Bay Area. The Warriors hope to have him back on the court soon, but health always comes first.