The Golden State Warriors will host the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night. Golden State is looking for a way to slow down the scorching-hot Mavs in what projects to be a competitive affair. The Warriors are dealing with some injury trouble heading into the game, however.

Dario Saric has already been ruled out, while Jonathan Kuminga and Klay Thompson are both battling injuries. Kuminga is dealing with bilateral knee tendinitis, while Thomson has right knee tendinitis.

Golden State is going to need all hands on deck against the Mavs, especially since Luka Doncic was not listed on the injury report and will be ready to lead Dallas.

So are Klay Thompson and Jonathan Kuminga playing tonight vs. the Mavericks?

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Warriors: Klay Thompson, Jonathan Kuminga's injury statuses vs. Mavericks

Golden State Warriors forward Jonathan Kuminga (00) passes the ball to guard Klay Thompson (11) during the second quarter against the Minnesota Timberwolves at Chase Center.
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Thompson was listed as probable, and Kuminga was labeled questionable for Tuesday night per the NBA Injury Report. According to the latest updates, however, Thompson is suiting up against Dallas.

Unfortunately, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr confirmed that Kuminga will continue to be sidelined against the Mavs and will instead return Thursday against the Houston Rockets, via Anthony Slater of The Athletic.

Thompson, 34, has endured his share of ups and downs during the 2023-24 season. A five-time All-Star, Thompson has not been the same player this year. Still, he is a veteran who is more than capable of stepping up in big moments.

Thompson is currently averaging 17.3 points per game on 42.5 percent field-goal and 38.2 percent 3-point shooting. He's quietly rebounded from beyond the arc to post a respectable percentage. For his career, Thompson has shot over 41 percent from deep, but shooting over 38 percent from 3-point range is not bad.

Kuminga, meanwhile, is in the middle of a breakout season. He's averaging 16.3 points per outing on 52.9 percent field-goal shooting. Kuminga is also recording 4.8 rebounds per game. Kuminga, 21, has the potential to become a star and is already playing a pivotal role for the Warriors.

Dallas has performed well in recent action, and they would love to continue climbing the Western Conference standings. Golden State is currently 10th in the West, sitting just two games in front of the Houston Rockets for the final NBA Play-In Tournament spot. The Warriors are also just a game and a half behind the Los Angeles Lakers for the No. 9 seed.

Golden State has typically been near the top of the West over the past decade. This year, though, they are fighting just to earn a postseason spot. Regardless, anything can happen as long as they get into the playoffs.

For now, they will focus on trying to defeat a talented Mavs team. When it comes to the question of if Klay Thompson and Jonathan Kuminga are playing tonight vs. the Mavericks, though, the answer is yes and no, respectively.