Klay Thompson could miss third straight game
Thompson, Livingston questionable for showdown against Denver; Looney will return
By JEFF FARAUDO | Correspondent
March 6, 2019 at 1:23 pm
OAKLAND — Kevon Looney practiced on Wednesday and is expected to play Friday when the Warriors face Denver, but Klay Thompson and Shaun Livingston did not join the team for workouts and remain questionable.
Looney, the Warriors’ backup center, missed the past two games with right pelvic soreness. “He’s feeling better,” coach Steve Kerr said. “I expect him to play.”
Thompson, nursing a sore right knee, also missed his second straight game Tuesday when the Warriors lost 128-95 to the Boston Celtics. He underwent an MRI that was clean, so the Warriors aren’t concerned the situation is serious.
Livingston sat out the Celtics game with neck spasms.
“Klay and Shaun are still questionable,” Kerr said.