D'Angelo Russell doesn't play vs. Spurs because of shoulder injury

Golden State Warriors guard D'Angelo Russell missed Tuesday's 117-113 loss to the San Antonio Spurs because of a left shoulder contusion.

Russell was injured in Saturday's loss to the Mavericks. He also is battling a virus that has affected multiple members of the team.

"Not sure how long he'll be out," Golden State coach Steve Kerr said. "He had a little neck pain when he woke up [Sunday]."

Center Willie Cauley-Stein also is dealing with illness and didn't play.

Backup big man Kevon Looney also missed Tuesday's game because of abdominal soreness.