Kevin Durant Listed As Questionable For Game 5 Following Practice

Kevin Durant Listed As Questionable For Game 5 Following Practice

Kevin Durant Listed As Questionable For Game 5 Following Practice

However, if there is a chance that even at a small percentage of health he can play, they might not have any choice but to throw him out there for at least 15-20 minutes a game which could make the difference between a fourth title, or the end of a dynasty.

Kevin Durant has not played since Game 5 of the Western Conference Semifinals against the Houston Rockets after he left that game with a calf strain in the third quarter.

It seems like Durant may not be on the comeback in Game 5.

Kerr has previously stated that Durant could potentially play in the series after just one practice. Klay Thompson returned from injury after sitting out Game 3, but even his team-high 28 points weren't enough to overcome the Raptors' second-half surge.

Thompson said he does not think it will be hard to integrate Durant back into the offense, even after he's missed so much time.

But the Warriors might still have one last card to play. Only the Golden State Warriors could lose a top-five player and not only stay competitive but make it to the NBA Finals. The 30-year-old has a player option and is widely expected to test the free agent market. Kawhi Leonard's leg seemed to be hurting, Kyle Lowry had already fouled out and a victory would have given Milwaukee a 3-0 lead that has been insurmountable in the National Basketball Association. But whether it's tomorrow or Game 6, we just have to do everything in our willpower to help him get back. By doing so, he joined the likes of Michael Jordan, Hakeem Olajuwon, Kobe Bryant, Allen Iverson and LeBron James in the history books.

While this is some pretty exciting news for Thompson fans, it may not exactly be the type of rumor Warriors supporters want to hear right now. In Game 4, the rest of the Warriors combined for just 37 points and went 0-for-8 on three-pointers.

If he returns, Durant won't be at 100-percent, both teams are well aware of that.

Overall, the Warriors have to dig deep.

The Raptors' success has not only Toronto pulling for them but the entirety of Canada as well.

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