Kings – Warriors Injury Report: Are Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins and De’Aaron Fox ABILITY for this game today

Kings - Warriors Injury Report: Are Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins and De'Aaron Fox ABILITY for this game today

The Golden State Warriors and the Sacramento Kings will meet at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California, on April 7, 2022, for a Pacific Division game.

The latest Injury Report for the Kings and the Warriors


The Sacramento Kings (48-32, 45-35 ATS) are in shambles after Wednesday’s 123-119 loss on the road against the Dallas Mavericks.

The Kings have dropped three in a row and four of their previous six contests.

They’ve lost at home most recently against the San Antonio Spurs (in overtime, 142-134) and the Minnesota Timberwolves (119-115).

Fox‘s status for Friday’s match against the Warriors is in doubt due to left ankle pain.

Fox, apparently suffering from an ankle injury, is one of seven Sacramento players listed as questionable for the game.

If he can’t play, the workloads of Davion Mitchell (knee), Malik Monk (lower leg), and Terence Davis may increase.

Since the Kings have already secured a playoff spot, they may want to save their best players for the postseason.

Sabonis’s Friday availability will impact Alex Len and Chimezie Metu’s playing time.

With a 3.5-game lead over the Phoenix Suns, the Kings have moved up to third place in the Western Conference.

They can still make a run at second place, but only if the Memphis Grizzlies lose their next two games. In their final two games, the Kings must overcome Golden State and Denver.

Despite boasting the league’s best offense, the Kings give up 116.8 points per 100 possessions (119.9). (Twenty-fifth best in the league).

Let’s keep going with the injured list for the Kings before of their game on Friday against the Warrior.

  • Trey Lyles (Shoulder): Game Time Decision
  • Domantas Sabonis (Ankle): Game Time Decision
  • Kevin Huerter (Knee): Game Time Decision
  • De’Aaron Fox (Ankle): Game Time Decision
  • Malik Monk (Leg): Game Time Decision
  • Davion Mitchell (Knee): Game Time Decision
  • Keegan Murray (Foot): Game Time Decision
  • Matthew Dellavedova (Finger): Expected to be out until at least Apr 30

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On Tuesday night in Oracle Arena, the Golden State Warriors (42-38; 37-42-1 ATS) defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder, 136-125.

After a tough setback against the Denver Nuggets (112-110), the defending champions bounced back to move to 6-2.

The Warriors trailed the Thunder for the majority of the game. Their 34-19 explosion in the fourth quarter was the difference in the game, helping them cover the 7.5-point spread.

The Warriors made 20 of 47 three-point attempts and pulled down 19 offensive rebounds.

Golden State was led by Stephen Curry (34 points, 6 assists) and Jordan Poole (30 points, 4 assists).

Klay Thompson sat out the game because of low back pain.

It’s now a tie for fifth place in the Western Conference between the Warriors and the Los Angeles Clippers.

They have a two-game lead over the Los Angeles Lakers and the New Orleans Pelicans. The Warriors are ninth in adjusted offensive efficiency despite ranking third in 3-point percentage (38.1%), first in 3-pointers made per game (16.5), and third in 3-pointers made per game (115.7 points per 100 possessions).

After missing 23 games due to a personal issue, the Warriors confirmed that Andrew Wiggins would not play in Friday’s game against the Kings or Sunday’s game against the Trail Blazers. He’s gearing up for a potential spot in a play-in contest or the postseason.

Let’s keep moving forward with the injured list for the Warriors before their match against the Kings on Friday.

  • Andre Iguodala (Wrist): Expected to be out until at least Apr 15
  • Andrew Wiggins (Personal): Expected to be out until at least Apr 15
  • Ryan Rollins (Foot): Out for the season