The Golden State Warriors will look to break a six-game losing streak on Tuesday when the host the Sacramento Kings, but they won’t be at full strength. In addition to the obvious injuries that Steph Curry and Klay Thompson are still dealing with, the Warriors may be without two more starters: Andrew Wiggins and Marquese Chriss.
Both Wiggins and Chriss were listed as questionable on Monday’s injury report.
Wiggins suffered a leg contusion in last night's game. https://t.co/wdmN4jXU92— Wes Goldberg (@wcgoldberg) February 24, 2020
Chriss sat out for Sunday’s loss to the New Orleans Pelicans due to a minor calf injury. Wiggins, celebrating his 25th birthday, played (though he struggled), and suffered a leg contusion in the contest.
Draymond Green is scheduled to return after missing Sunday’s game as well, which means the starting lineup will likely be Jordan Poole, Damion Lee, Draymond Green, Kevon Looney, and either Eric Paschall or Juan Toscano-Anderson.
The Warriors haven’t won a game since a February 3 victory over the Washington Wizards gave them back-to-back road wins. Wiggins has yet to win a game since being traded to Golden State.