Kevon Looney will likely miss at least ‘a couple of games’ according to Golden State Warriors’ head coach Steve Kerr.
Looney will add up to the Warriors’ issues in the front-court with James Wiseman also out for the next week or so.
(via Drew Shiller of NBC Sports)
“I don’t expect him to play the next couple of games,” Kerr said of Looney, who was injured during the first half of Tuesday’s loss vs. Boston.
“It was a significant enough sprain where it looks like he’ll be out for a little bit. I don’t have anything to say in terms of roster stuff.”
Draymond Green and Eric Paschall are expected to share minutes at the center position with both Looney and Wiseman out.
It’s still unclear if the Warriors will choose to sign another center. In that case, they have to free a spot on their roster with Mychal Mulder being the only non-guaranteed contract.