Warriors vs. Raptors Injury Reports: Will Stephen Curry and Pascal Siakam READY on Sunday?

On Sunday, the Warriors will face the Raptors in Toronto. These two teams have not played each other during the regular season, but both are looking to bounce back after losses in their previous games.

Injury Reports Stephen Curry and Pascal Siakam

Injury Reports Warriors - Raptors

The Warriors were defeated by the Philadelphia 76ers 118-106. In the second half, they struggled to defend the paint on the defensive end of the court. They will have to contest more shots at the rim if they want to compete with the Raptors on the road.

Klay Thompson has been declared probable for Sunday’s game against the Raptors due to right knee soreness.

Barring an injury, Thompson will likely start alongside Jordan Poole and Donte DiVincenzo in the backcourt. He appears to be out against the Knicks on Monday or Tuesday in Brooklyn in one of the team’s back-to-back games.

Stephen Curry (shoulder) will miss about a month but will not require surgery. That means he won’t be able to compete on Sunday.

Curry was expected to return in three weeks, according to the initial report, but Charania’s update suggests he’ll be out for a little longer. Curry’s revised schedule places his return in mid-January.

Meanwhile, Draymond Green (quadriceps) is expected to play against the Raptors.

Green is expected to play after missing the team’s most recent game. His return would push Jonathan Kuminga to the bench and take playing time away from James Wiseman.

The Raptors are coming off a 119-116 loss to the Brooklyn Nets. Kyrie Irving’s three-pointer as time expired stunned the Raptors, who will need to improve their defensive efficiency if they want to compete with the Warriors at home.

Pascal Siakam will face the Warriors on Sunday.

Siakam finished with 17 points (7-15 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), seven rebounds, five assists, and one steal in 37 minutes against the Nets on Friday.

The scoring figures are inconsistent with what Siakam has been producing this season, and he appears to be heading in the wrong direction after scoring less than 20 points in three consecutive games. However, the versatile big man is still having a fantastic season, with career highs in both points and assists per game.

Precious Achiuwa (Ankle), O.G. Anunoby (Hip), Otto Porter Jr. (Toe) are all out. Gary Trent Jr (Quad) is in questionable.