The Warriors are being blitzed by the Grizzlies Wednesday night in Memphis.
To add injury to insult, Otto Porter Jr. is out for the second half of the game with right foot soreness, the Warriors announced just after halftime.
Porter played 13 points but didn’t record any points, rebounds or assists — perhaps an indication that he was bothered by the discomfort. He took and missed three shots, all 3-pointers.
It’s not clear yet whether Porter’s injury will keep him out for Friday night’s Game 6 at Chase Center, which seems a certainty.
Porter had been a key player off the bench for Golden State in Game 3 and 4, both wins for the Warriors in San Francisco. He scored 13 points in 24 minutes Saturday night, then kept the Warriors alive Monday night with his shooting, scoring 12 points on 4-of-6 shooting from 3-point range.
He also offers size and length on the defensive end to match up with Memphis’ athletic big men.
Porter played 63 games in the regular season, averaging 8.2 points in 22.2 minutes. He’s played all nine postseason games for the Warriors, averaging 5.3 points in 22.6 minutes.