Game 2 of a four-game regular-season series between the Golden State Warriors and the Phoenix Suns, with the Suns favored at home. In October, Phoenix defeated Golden State 134-105 as a 1.5-point home favorite with a total of 227.5 points.
The latest injury status of Stephen Curry and Chris Paul
The Phoenix Suns (8-5; 8-5 ATS) finished their four-game road trip with a 113-112 loss to the Miami Heat last Monday.
Landry Shamet (concussion) will miss Wednesday’s game against the Warriors.
While in the league’s concussion protocol, he will miss his third game in a row. His next chance to play will come against Utah on Friday.
Chris Paul (heel) is listed as questionable for the Warriors game on Wednesday.
- Read more about Chris Paul’s injuries: Chris Paul’ the latest injury status
Paul’s previous three absences were all listed as questionable, so his questionable status for Wednesday doesn’t tell us much. If Cameron Payne remains out, he should resume his role as the team’s primary point guard.
The Golden State Warriors (6-8; 5-9 ATS) have had a difficult start to the 2022-23 season. The defending NBA champions have won three of their last four games, but they are still below.500.
Due to right Achilles tendon injury management, Klay Thompson has been ruled out of Monday’s game against the Spurs. However, he will most likely return on Wednesday.
Since Michael Jordan in 2002, Stephen Curry is the oldest player to score 40 or more points in two consecutive games.
He is second only to Luka Doncic in scoring this season, averaging 33.3 points per game. Despite the fact that it will eventually cool off, the 34-year-old is shooting 62.7% in November, including 52.1% from beyond the arc.
According to head coach Steve Kerr, Andre Iguodala (hip) will “not play in a game anytime soon.”
Iguodala deliberated over whether to return to the Warriors this season. Both parties are content to go at their own pace and save him for the playoffs. He is unlikely to be fantasy relevant this season.