Report: Warriors’ Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant available, Andre Iguodala out vs. Magic
The Golden State Warriors have listed Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant, and David West are available to play against the Orlando Magic tonight, according to the team. Sixth man Andre Iguodala will be out tonight with a sore left knee.
Curry was suffering from a right hand contusion, but after playing with a wrap in his hand against the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday, will play through the pain and suit up next to Kevin Durant, who played against on Wednesday after sitting out three games with a sprained left ankle.
Thompson suffered a sprained right ankle on Wednesday, but is also a go, as is David West, who sat out last game with left lateral knee soreness.
The Warriors’ injury report has been a rollercoaster of fate the last few weeks, but never as bad as five players (including four starters) listed in the pre-game sheet.
This hobbled Golden State team will play its second of a six-game road trip against a Magic team that just snapped out of a nine-game losing streak against the Oklahoma City Thunder, thanks to Aaron Gordon’s stellar 40 points and 15 rebounds in 44 minutes.
Head coach Steve Kerr will look to correct the team’s turnover woes, which plagued them during a 127-123 overtime win over the Lakers, racking up 22 with some more-than-questionable giveaways.