Is Zion Williamson, Stephen Curry COMPETING tonight? Injury Update for Warriors – Pelicans

Golden State will look to extend its two-game winning streak when it visits New Orleans on Monday night. The Warriors started the season slowly, but they have since won five of their seven games. New Orleans’ three-game winning streak was snapped on Friday when they were defeated by Boston.

 Zion Williamson QUESTIONABLE, Stephen Curry ACTIVE for Warriors vs. Pelicans

 Zion Williamson QUESTIONABLE, Stephen Curry ACTIVE for Warriors vs. Pelicans

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Stephen Curry of the Warriors 

In the early going, Golden State was one of the NBA’s most disappointing teams, losing seven of their first ten games.

The Warriors, on the other hand, have won five of their last seven games in the last two weeks to turn things around.

On Friday night, they defeated New York by ten points at home before defeating Houston 127-120 on Sunday night.

Prior to Sunday, Steph Curry had led the Warriors in scoring in all but two games, with Jordan Poole accounting for the other two.

Curry scored 33 points against Houston, hitting 7 of 14 three-point attempts. He now leads the team in scoring with 32.2 points per game, while Andrew Wiggins adds 18.1 and Poole adds 15.9.)

Zion Williamson of the Pelicans

This season, New Orleans has struggled with consistency, but it has won four of its last six games entering this game.

The Pelicans won three straight games, defeating Houston, Memphis, and Chicago before falling 117-109 to Boston on Friday night.

They’ll wrap up a five-game homestand on Monday before traveling for two games later in the week.

Only Golden State has a better offense than New Orleans, which ranks sixth in points per game (116.3).

Due to a right foot injury, Zion Williamson has missed three games in a row, but he is listed as probable for this game.

According to Jim Eichenhofer of the Pelicans’ official website, Williamson (foot) is listed as probable for Monday’s game against the Warriors.

Williamson has missed three straight games due to a right foot injury, but he is expected to return on Monday.

In 32.2 minutes per game this season, the No. 1 overall pick in 2019 is averaging 23.5 points, 6.4 rebounds, 3.9 assists, and 1.1 steals in 32.2 minutes per game.

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Injury Report for Warriors – Pelicans 


  •  SG Andre Iguodala (Hip): Expected to be out until at least Dec 2


  •  PF Zion Williamson (Foot): Game Time Decision
  •  SF  Trey Murphy III (Foot): Game Time Decision
  • SF E.J. Liddell (Knee): Expected to be out until at least Apr 1