Looks like Warriors coach Mark Jackson and point guard Stephen Curry have some things to work out when it comes to Curry's playing time in the preseason.

Jackson said after Saturday's practice that Curry would likely sit out either Sunday's preseason opener against the Lakers in Fresno or Monday's game against the Utah Jazz at Oracle Arena.

But Curry later expressed to reporters that he'd like to play in both games. What Jackson and Curry do agree on is they will be talking about it and figuring it out.

"I'm going to think about it, talk to Steph about it," Jackson said. "I'm going to think about it and make the right decision as far as that's concerned. I really don't want to work him back-to-back nights. I'll make a decision as to whether he plays tomorrow or Monday.

Curry, who missed most of last season with ankle issues, was medically cleared for all basketball-related activities three weeks ago. Since training camp started on Tuesday, Curry has been participating in most of the team's drills and scrimmaging.

"I would like to play a little bit in each game, kind of build up my endurance and work through some soreness -- if I have any soreness," Curry said. "But that will be something we'll talk about."