Warriors' Kevon Looney expected to play Monday

Golden State Warriors center Kevon Looney, who has missed most of the season with a nerve condition, is expected to play Monday against Atlanta, coach Steve Kerr said.

Looney will receive treatment Monday morning, at which point the team will decide whether he'll play Monday night. Kerr said the team will limit how much Looney plays when he returns.

Looney missed the preseason with a right hamstring injury, but played briefly in the team's opener against the Clippers. It was later discovered Looney has neuropathy, which complicated his recovery from the hamstring injury.