Warriors' Draymond Green leaves with foot injury; X-rays negative

Kerr says Draymond's X-rays were negative (0:35)

Steve Kerr provides an update on Draymond Green's status after Green left the game with a foot injury, and Kevin Durant says he hopes Green is OK. (0:35)

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green left Monday night's 117-101 win over the Memphis Grizzlies after injuring his right foot in the first half.

"They took X-rays. X-rays were negative," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said after the game. "But it didn't make sense for him to go out and play in the second half. He sort of tested it out, and we decided to shut him down. We'll see what happens -- hopefully, we got a couple days before our next game. But we'll see what happens."

Green injured the foot in the first quarter and had it checked during the game, but after coming back into the contest in the second quarter, he did not return following halftime.

"I hope he's all right," Warriors forward Kevin Durant said. "I think he's all right. He came back out there after he did it and then sat out the second half, but hopefully he's all right. I didn't get a chance to talk to him."

Green finished with four rebounds and two assists in 14 minutes.