The Golden State Warriors and James Wiseman are still evaluating their options for his meniscus injury.

Steve Kerr was non-committal when asked Monday whether Wiseman's season was over.

"I don't know that," Kerr said before the Warriors hosted the Denver Nuggets. "We are in the process of getting multiple opinions. He had an MRI and so we're having multiple experts look at the MRI to determine what's next. We don't have any timetable yet. The biggest thing is making sure James is OK. He's obviously had a lot of adversity this rookie season, with the wrist injury, now the knee injury and of course missing training camp, not having a summer league. He's really gutted through a lot of difficulty. ... And so this is yet another obstacle that's been put in front of him."

Kerr said Wiseman is trying to stay positive despite the latest setback.

"He's in really good spirits," Kerr said. "He's just been through an awful lot this season. And he has a really good way about him and he's at minimum putting up a good front, but I know he's really crushed, but he's hanging in there."