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Golden State Warriors' Klay Thompson questionable vs. Dallas Mavericks due to left knee soreness

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Warriors fans are hyped after this Klay 3-pointer (0:34)

Klay Thompson drains a 3-pointer just before the half and the Warriors fans are loving every second of it. (0:34)

SAN FRANCISCO -- Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson did not practice Monday and is considered questionable for Tuesday's game against the Dallas Mavericks.

Thompson was a late scratch for the Warriors' 94-92 win over the Utah Jazz on Sunday night after experiencing soreness in his left knee.

Thompson had the knee surgically repaired in July 2019 after tearing his ACL in Game 6 of the NBA Finals that year.

"It's nothing serious," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said prior to Sunday's game. "It's just part of cautiousness."

According to Kerr, the original plan was to play Thompson. But during the team's walk-through, Rick Celebrini, the Warriors' director of sports medicine, informed Kerr that Thompson was feeling some discomfort in the left knee and should be held out.