The Denver Nuggets will be without 60 percent of their starting lineup as point guard Jamal Murray, shooting guard Gary Harris, and power forward Paul Millsap are set to miss Thursday's game against the Golden State Warriors, according to Nick Kosmider of The Athletic.

Murray suffered an ankle injury on Wednesday against the Charlotte Hornets, and was ruled out of the remainder of the game after contesting a Terry Rozier 3-point attempts and rolling his ankle while landing on Rozier's foot. He will sit out on Thursday as he continues to recover from that injury.

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Nuggets head coach Mike Malone was preoccupied by his injury and noted Murray's well-tallied history of ankle ailments this early in his career.

“I think the X-rays are negative. I do not know how long he is going to be out,” said Malone, according to T.J. McBride of Mile High Sports. Obviously he has had an Issue with ankle injuries. I just looked at it and it is rather large which is kind of scary. He rolled it and those are scary because those injuries — aside from being painful — you don't want to have Jamal Murray miss extended period of time. Hopefully it is not as bad as it looks and we can get him back.”

Harris will miss his second straight game for the Nuggets with a right adductor injury, and it's possible he will miss more time with another back-to-back coming at the end of the weekend.

Millsap has missed Denver's last four games with a right knee contusion, and it could be a while until he returns to the lineup. Jerami Grant has been starting in his place with rookie Michael Porter Jr. seeing some extended playing time at power forward.

The Nuggets take a 28-12 record into Thursday night's game, tied with the Utah Jazz for the second-best record in the Western Conference.