Kevin Durant practicing with Warriors ahead of Game 5

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The Golden State Warriors have listed forward Kevin Durant as questionable for Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Toronto Raptors Monday night. But whether it's (Monday) or Game 6, we just have to do everything in our willpower to help him get back, If that's win a game and be patient, then we got to go do that. Curry said. "And if we focus on that mission, our history kind of speaks for itself..."

"For us it's just a matter of, can you win one basketball game right now?" Can you go out, play an incredible 48 minutes, quiet this crowd that's going to be probably unbelievable, and slow down a team that's been playing wonderful, especially these last two games, and just win one basketball game and take it from there?

On Sunday, Durant worked with some of the Warriors' young players to test how his calf would hold up.

Steph Curry added that the Warriors would adjust quickly if Durant were to make his return. "It's win one basketball game and take it from there".

"We're a team that can also go on a run and start feeling good about ourselves and some of our threes start dropping", Bogut told ESPN.

"Yeah", Kerr said. "Because what he's going to do today he hasn't done".

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He went to the hospital to make sure there were no broken bones in his face after the Raptors landed in Toronto on Saturday before going to the dentist to get his tooth fixed.

"He will be very welcome, I'll say that much", Thompson said. "It sucks", Thompson said. "We'll come in the arena with the right mindset".

If this is the case, Golden State could offer him a one year contract (I am going to suppose that they can, although I do not claim to have the mathematical answers in regards to cap implications), or actually be more enticed to offer him a max contract as he would be more inclined to accept it from them if he is not going to receive such an offer from another team.

Durant was not on the floor while the rest of his teammates got up some shots in the open part of Sunday's practice, but made his way to the court as soon as media and cameras were cleared away.

"You got some champions coming in here", he said. "I was more upset about the team than the eye".

Following the Game 1 loss in Toronto, Bogut was asked about his ability to stay ready and perform when his number was called.

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