Kevin Durant, Steph Curry both out Monday against the Kings

By Vincent Frank

The Golden State Warriors might be a bit worried about Kevin Durant’s sprained ankle. But his injury doesn’t seem to be of the long-term variety. Meanwhile, fellow former MVP Stephen Curry is dealing with a hand contusion.

Both have been ruled out for Monday’s game against the Sacramento Kings. Meanwhile, former NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala is doubtful and All-Star Draymond Green will play.

This will represent the fourth time in five games that Durant has sat out. The only exception here was last week’s game against his former Oklahoma City Thunder squad.

As deep as any team in the NBA, this likely won’t be a huge deal against a Kings squad that is 5-14 on the season and ranks dead last in scoring thus far.