Kings – Warriors Injury Update: Will Klay Thompson, Domantas Sabonis and Stephen Curry be at Sunday’s match


On Sunday afternoon, the Golden State Warriors will face the Sacramento Kings at the Chase Center in a crucial Western Conference game.

The latest Injury Report for Kings vs. Warriors

The Kings jumped out to a 2-0 lead after back-to-back home wins to start the series, and while most anticipated them to struggle on the road, they still have a great opportunity.

A win on Sunday would set the tone for their return to Sacramento, making it more difficult for their opponent to mount a comeback.

The Kings had a strong road record this season, going 25-17, but they failed to win a road game in this series in three attempts.

The Kings are the third seed, but with their momentum and confidence slipping after their loss on Thursday, this could be the most important game of their season.

This year, injuries have been kind to the Kings, contributing to their stunning turnaround.

The Kings have one of the best attacks in the league, and they’ll need to keep it going if they want to win this one.

This season, they lead the league in scoring and are second in field-goal efficiency.

The problems have arisen on defense, and they will need to continue to find ways to slow down Curry, even if effort has been an issue.

In any case, they are ranked 25th in scoring defense and in the lowest third of the league in a number of defensive categories.

De’Aaron Fox has been one of the league’s best this season, but Keegan Murray is the X-factor in this one.

His 3.3 points per game won’t cut it as a starter for the full season, and if he can start shooting jumpers, the offense will spread out and score at their regular season levels.

They only have one injury documented as they head into Sunday: Matthew Dellavedova (finger) is out indefinitely. His absence is unlikely to affect the outcome of this one.

What is shaping up to be one of the most incredible point guard matchups in recent playoff history continues Sunday in San Francisco, when Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors look to even their Western Conference first-round series with Domantas Sabonis and the Sacramento Kings.

Golden State dominated on Thursday night, which was unsurprising given their outstanding home record this season.

With a 34-8 home record this season, they’ll relish their chances on Sunday, even if they’re up against one of the league’s rising stars.

Curry scored 36 points, half of which came on three-pointers, in Golden State’s 114-97 win at home on Thursday night, putting the team in a best-of-seven series.

Due to Draymond Green’s one-game ban, Kevon Looney had a fantastic 20-rebound, nine-assist game for the Warriors in Game 3, and the Golden State center also received the most of the defensive assignment on Kings co-star Domantas Sabonis.

The potential to welcome back Draymond Green from suspension is sure to invigorate the crowd, adding to their home-court advantage.

There’s a reason the Warriors are the defending NBA champions, and they’re not about to blow a home game.

There aren’t many offenses that can keep up with Sacramento’s pace, but Golden State does. They lead the league in scoring and three-point shooting, and their offense is still stacked with explosive scorers.

Curry has averaged more over 30 points per game in the series’ first three games, but he will almost probably be assigned to the Kings’ top defensive assignment.

In this game, the Warriors’ injuries are a little more concerning, especially given their young backcourt.

Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are both active for Sunday’s game against the Kings.


Jordan Poole (ankle) and Gary Payton II (illness) are also likely to play, providing them with even more depth.