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Warriors vs. Blazers injury report: Draymond Green probable, many starters out

Both teams are compromised tonight.

Draymond Green and Jusuf Nurkic battling for a loose ball Photo by Ezra Shaw/undefined

The Golden State Warriors are looking for their third straight win tonight when they host the Portland Trail Blazers in the third game of a five-game home stand. It should be a fun game with a decent amount of firepower, but it won’t be as much firepower as one would normally expect when these teams math up, as both squads are down a few starters.

Let’s check out the injury report.


Out — Steph Curry (left superior tib/fib sprain)

Same old, same old for Curry, who misses his ninth consecutive game. He should be re-evaluated tomorrow, so hopefully we get some news shortly.

Out — Andrew Wiggins (personal reasons)

Still no word on what’s going on with Wiggins. A tweet from a Warriors beat reporter clarified that it’s a “family matter” that has kept the All-Star away from the team for two weeks now, and we just hope that everything is OK.

Out — Andre Iguodala (right hip soreness)

I’m optimistic that we’ll see Iguodala sometime soon. How soon? Who knows.

Out — Gary Payton II (right adductor soreness)

We won’t, however, be seeing GPII anytime soon. We’re still a ways away from his injury re-evaluation.

Out — Ryan Rollins (right foot soreness)

No new information here, as Rollins’ season has been over for a while.

Probable — Draymond Green (right knee contusion)

And here’s the good news on the injury report. There was concern when Green missed a second consecutive game with a knee contusion and the team called for an MRI. That always gets your attention in a bad way. But the MRI came back clear, and Green looks poised to return and hopefully finish the season healthy.


Out — Jusuf Nurkić (left calf strain)

The Blazers have struggled a bit when their starting center has been out this year, going just 6-9 in his absences. Part of that is because Nurkić is quite good, and part of that is because they lack a solid backup plan.

Out — Anfernee Simons (right ankle sprain)

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Out — Justise Winslow (left ankle sprain)

What a brutal ankle sprain, as Winslow hasn’t played since before Christmas. Poor dude.

Out — Ryan Arcidiacono (lower back pain)

Arcidiacono has played in just three games for the Blazers since coming over from the New York Knicks at the deadline.

Out — Ibou Badji (left knee soreness)

Badji, an undrafted rookie on a two-way contract, has been injured all year and has yet to make his NBA debut.

Enjoy the game, Dub Nation. Go Warriors!

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