Durant reportedly plans to play in Game 5, will be 'full go' in return

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Kevin Durant is a game-time decision for Game 5, head coach Steve Kerr said after shootaround on Monday morning. But the superstar is very much expected to take part in the must-win tilt, per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and NBC Sports Bay Area's Monte Poole.

Golden State's Kevin Durant plans to play in Game 5 tonight, league source tells ESPN.

— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 10, 2019

Full go -- pic.twitter.com/QQL65Vu32T

— 95.7 The Game (@957thegame) June 10, 2019

Kerr said Durant went through full shootaround and was getting treatment before the team makes the final call ahead of tip.

“We’ll list him as a game-time decision but he looked good…”

“He’s Kevin Durant. So, if we have him out there, he’ll be a threat. We know that.”Kerr says KD is officially a game-time decision pic.twitter.com/etYZquT1sC

— RADIO.COM Sports (@RDCSports) June 10, 2019

Here's Durant making his way into the building:

Kevin Durant walks out to #Warriors shootaround in Toronto. pic.twitter.com/Wn5YtBewYh

— 95.7 The Game (@957thegame) June 10, 2019

Durant was officially deemed questionable, the Warriors announced on Sunday.

Steve Kerr said the back-to-back Finals MVP (calf strain) was slated to practice with the club on the eve of the game in Toronto, which is a win-or-go-home for the Warriors, who are staring at a 3-1 deficit.

Kevin Durant will practice with #Warriors today. pic.twitter.com/zyTjhPAA8q

— 95.7 The Game (@957thegame) June 9, 2019