The Golden State Warriors officially list Kevin Durant as questionable for Wednesday night's Game 2 at home against Portland, but league sources tell ESPN that the Warriors are weighing whether to hold Durant out of the game as a precaution after he suffered a strained left calf in the second half of the Warriors' Game 1 victory.
The team announced at its morning shootaround Wednesday that Durant -- although he didn't participate in the session or practice Monday -- remains questionable for the 10:30 p.m. ET game against the Trail Blazers.
A decision on Durant's status isn't expected until closer to tipoff, but sources say that the Warriors might hold Durant out to give him five full days off before Game 3 on Saturday in Portland.
Durant previously missed 19 games with a strained MCL and a bone bruise in his left leg.
The Blazers will be without center Jusuf Nurkic, who is recovering from a right leg fracture.