Warriors' Draymond Green, D'Angelo Russell will not play against Kings

Drew Shiller
NBC Sports BayArea

It's going to be very difficult for the Warriors to snap their four-game losing streak Monday night in Sacramento.

The NBA's official injury report lists D'Angelo Russell (right shoulder contusion), Draymond Green (right ankle sprain) and Kevon Looney (left abdominal soreness) as out against the Kings. 

D-Lo will be missing his fourth straight game since sustaining the injury against the Dallas Mavericks nine days ago, while Looney hasn't played since Dec. 23.

Draymond, meanwhile, is getting his first night off since Dec. 13.

"I think the last couple games, he's looked tired," coach Steve Kerr said about the three-time NBA champion Saturday night after the Warriors' loss to the Detroit Pistons. "I think you gotta remember that he's the lone guy, the lone holdover from the group that's been to the Finals five years in a row, and he looks tired to me."

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The Dubs have three more games this week -- Wednesday vs. the Milwaukee Bucks, Friday at the Los Angeles Clippers and Sunday at the Memphis Grizzlies.

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