Reports on Warriors vs. Kings injuries: Will Steph Curry, De’Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis playing tonight?

On Wednesday, the Warriors took control of their first-round series against the Kings, winning 123-116 in Sacramento. The Warriors lead the series 3-2 and have a chance to win it at home on Friday. The game at the Chase Center begins at 8:00 p.m. EDT.

Latest news on Steph Curry, De’Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis

The Warriors lost the first two games of this series, both in Sacramento, and it appeared that the tide was turning out west.

The Warriors, on the other hand, won two games at home and stole game four, which the Kings led and should have won. However, the Warriors’ survival and 2-2 tie in the series proved pivotal, and that momentum carried over to Wednesday night, when the Warriors won 123-116 to take a 3-2 series lead.

Steph Curry delivered, scoring 31 points and giving up eight assists.

Curry has now scored 30 points or more in four of his five playoff games. He’s averaging 31.4 points per game and shooting 36.7 percent from long range in the first round.

A series does not officially begin, according to the old adage, until someone wins an away game. This series is now officially underway, after the Kings fell 3-2 at home on Wednesday. They must now win in San Francisco, or the series will be over.

The Kings established an early lead on Wednesday, but fell behind in the second half and were unable to recover.

The Kings’ top player, De’Aaron Fox, was wearing a splint after breaking the end of his finger. Despite this, he had a team-high 24 points and 9 assists.

Fox is not listed as injured, so he should be alright.

Meanwhile, Damontas Sabonis contributed 21 points and 10 rebounds.

Sabonis was outstanding on Wednesday, posting his third double-double of the series and scoring 20 points for the second time.

Despite his struggles against the Warriors’ frontcourt, the star big man is still averaging 17.2 points and 11.6 rebounds per game in the series.

Injury Update for Kings:

Injury Update for Warriors:

  • Andre Iguodala (Wrist) – Out
  • Ryan Rollins (Foot) – Out for the season