The Golden State Warriors will be without Draymond Green for at least two more weeks.
The team announced on Sunday that Green is dealing with tightness in his calf which is stemming from the involvement of a disc in his lower back.
Green underwent an MRI and seen multiple specialists in the last week, where he missed the last three games.
The Warriors said that Green will receive physical therapy in the coming days and will be re-evaluated again in two weeks.
Green first began dealing with the injury last Sunday when he was a late scratch for their game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, although he was on the court for tip-off to honor the return of Klay Thompson.
The Warriors also ruled out Steph Curry for Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Timberwolves due to a sore right hand that he injured during a fall against the Bulls on Friday.