Klay Thompson said his hamstring injury didn't affect his game 4 performance in the Golden State Warriors' 105-92 loss to the Toronto Raptors.
Thompson finished with 28 points after sitting out game 3.
"It's a long season. You play 100-plus games, you're going to be banged up. But you just got to dig deep. No one's going to feel sorry for you, so you just got to go out there, man up and play to the best of your ability," said Thompson.
Kevon Looney, who was initially ruled out indefinitely following a fractured collarbone, scored 10 points in 20 minutes.
"Little sore in the fourth. You've just got to block it out and do your job," Looney added.
Draymond Green added that the Warriors have to focus on winning game 5 with or without Kevin Durant. Durant has yet to be cleared to practice.
"As far as KD, there's been hope that he would come back the whole series. So that's not going to change. We hope to have him, but, you know, we'll see what happens. We don't make that final call. S---, he don't even really make that final call. His body will tell him if he can get out there or not. And if he can, great. And if not, we still got to find a way to win the next game."