“Kevin’s not going to play Sunday,” Golden State coach Steve Kerr said. “I guess we’ve sort of been holding out hope. But I might as well just say it now.”
Durant is reportedly expected to return in Game 3 or 4.
Kerr said he doesn’t envision using Durant in a limited role. Once Durant is healthy enough to play, the Warriors will determine how many minutes he can handle given the inevitable conditioning issues stemming from his calf strain. Then, Durant will play as much as he can.
Kerr also revealed Andre Iguodala, who injured his leg late in Game 1, underwent an MRI today. Though he didn’t know the results of that test, Kerr said Iguodala “seems to be doing well” and relayed that Iguodala said he “felt pretty good.”
Update: Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle: