The Golden State Warriors are hopeful of Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant return for Game 4 on Friday.
The Warriors lost Game 3 to the Toronto Raptors by a final score of 123-109.
Thompson was a game time decision ahead of Game 3 and is expected to play Game 4. Thompson suffered a hamstring injury in Game 2.
The Warriors, meanwhile, are cautiously optimistic Durant will play in Game 4. Durant hasn't played since Game 5 of the Western Conference Semifinals due to a calf injury.
"The whole point was to not risk a bigger injury that would keep him out of the rest of the series," Steve Kerr said. "So that was the decision we made, and I feel very comfortable with it. Never would have forgiven myself if I played him tonight and he had gotten hurt. So you live with the decision you make, you make a wise decision, the wisest one you can, and then you live with it and move forward.
"So the good thing is, Klay has done well the last two days; now he has a couple more days to heal, and hopefully he'll be out there on Friday."