Kevon Looney believes he’ll be on the floor Thursday.
The 23-year-old Warriors forward, who is dealing with an injury in his chest area, told reporters he “should be able to play” in Game 6 of the NBA Finals against the Raptors.
“They’re comfortable with me going out there as long as I can tolerate the pain,” Looney said, via the Mercury News.
Looney suffered a fracture near his chest and ribcage in Game 2 against Toronto and was originally ruled out for the series. But, he surprisingly returned in Game 4 before re-aggravating the injury Monday in the Warriors’ 106-105 win.
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