Warriors lose center, while Durant and Thompson's status remain in doubt

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Thompson had missed the final 7:59 of the Warriors' Game 2 win over Toronto on Sunday about two minutes following a missed 3. The big man recorded one rebound and zero points in 10:23 of action prior to his departure. Both played well as the Warriors tied the series at 1-1.

It is possible that Durant, who has been engaging in on-court drills but has yet to participate in a full practice since his injury, could come back in Game 3, but he is considered more likely to return for Game 4 on Friday.

Warriors center Kevon Looney joined Thompson in the locker room during Game 2, exiting in the first quarter.

Thompson left Game 2 against the Toronto Raptors with left hamstring tightness early in the fourth quarter after he landed awkwardly while attempting a three-pointer. Stephen Curry (dehydration), Andre Iguodala (banged head) and DeMarcus Cousins (rustiness stemmed from a 14-game absence with a left quad injury) are also fighting through different ailments.

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Warriors coach Steve Kerr sounded more leery.

The Warriors continue to await the return of All-NBA forward Kevin Durant, who hasn't played since sustaining a right calf injury in Game 5 of the Western Conference semifinals on May 8. Same thing for Andrew Bogut, Jonas Jerebko and Jordan Bell because of Looney's injury.

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"I don't see myself missing Game 3", Thompson said.

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