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Are Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson playing for the Warriors on Tuesday vs. Suns?

Curry and Thompson are dealing with injuries We break down and update you on their status for Tuesday’s game vs. Phoenix.

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Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors high-fives Klay Thompson during their game against the LA Clippers at Chase Center on November 23, 2022 in San Francisco, California.
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The Golden State Warriors will hope to snap a two-game losing streak and get back to above .500 when they take on the Phoenix Suns Tuesday night. The Warriors are listing point guard Stephen Curry and shooting guard Klay Thompson on the injury report. Here’s a look at their respective statuses for this contest.

Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson injury updates

Tuesday PM update: Thompson is in for Golden State as well. The “Splash Brothers” are back.

Tuesday afternoon update: Curry will suit up for the Warriors today, which means he’s returning a bit ahead of what the team expected. This is good news for Golden State, as the star point guard has been the engine for this team.

Curry was initially deemed probable but eventually got officially listed as questionable with his shoulder injury. Warriors GM Bob Myers expected Curry to be ready on Friday’s game against the Spurs, so this is still a good sign for the point guard. There’s a chance he’ll have a minutes limit if he does suit up, so Jordan Poole remains an excellent fantasy play.

Thompson missed the team’s last game with knee soreness he experienced just before the game started. He’s listed as probable for this contest, so he should be ready to go. If he doesn’t suit up, Donte DiVincenzo gains some value in DFS formats.