The Golden State Warriors have two players injured as they prepare to face the Oklahoma City Thunder. The team recently suffered a loss against the Minnesota Timberwolves, where multiple players were ejected from the game. Kevon Looney will be available to play, and it is expected that he will have an increased playing time due to Draymond Green’s suspension. Steph Curry remains sidelined due to a knee injury.
In the previous game, Green and Klay Thompson were both ejected early on, leading to a heated altercation. As a result, Green received a five-game suspension, and Thompson was fined. The team provided an update on Curry’s injury, stating that there is no structural damage but he will continue to be evaluated.
The Warriors are struggling with recent losses and are hopeful for a turnaround. The absence of Green and Curry’s injury will certainly impact the team’s performance in the upcoming games.