Monte Poole: ‘It’s sore but it’s nothing too bad. It’s less sore than it was last night, so that’s a great sign. And I expect to heal up even more by tonight.’ #Warriors G Klay Thompson today on his L leg contusion.
Anthony Slater: Klay Thompson last night on his injury: "I’ve got a sore ligament. I’m happy it’s just a muscle that got strained a little bit. No damage. The X-rays were negative so I’m happy about that." Said he will play in Game 2.
Melissa Rohlin: Klay Thompson didn't think JR Smith tried to intentionally hurt him: "I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt. I think he was going for the ball. I don't think it was intentional."
Midway through the first quarter of Game 1 at Oracle Arena, when the Cavs led 18-15, four-time All-Star shooting guard Klay Thompson went down with a left knee injury when Cavs guard J.R. Smith went barreling into him along the sideline. Thompson, who was taken to the locker room and evaluated, suffered only a left lateral leg contusion and returned to start the second quarter.
Adam Wexler: Kerr today on Thompson, Iguodala: "I believe Klay will play, but we're still listing him as questionable, we gotta see how he feels during pregame. And Andre, incremental progress, gametime decision. He needs more treatment, he'll probably warmup tonight & we'll see what happens.
Mark Medina: Steve Kerr believes Klay Thompson will play. Andre Iguodala listed as a game-time decision
Connor Letourneau: Kerr said Iguodala is doing better and Thompson is “moving around really well. I think he’s going to be fine.”
Mark Medina: Warriors are listing Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson as questionable for tomorrow in Game 5 vs Rockets
David Aldridge: Postgame, @KlayThompson says his knee is sore but he expects to play in Game 5 Thursday.
Chris Haynes: Golden State guard Klay Thompson tells ESPN he will return from a fractured right thumb tonight at Sacramento. He had missed the past eight games.
Melissa Rohlin: Thompson on whether he'll play vs. Kings: "Hopefully, I mean it's up to the training staff and coach Kerr. But I feel great, I feel like I'm shooting great and I'm eager to get out there. I feel like I'm probable."
Melissa Rohlin: Klay Thompson on whether the tape around his thumb affects his shot: "Not really, to be honest. You get used to it. But if I start missing shots, that's definitely my excuse. So just write that down now."
Anthony Slater: Steve Kerr said he hopes Klay Thompson can return this weekend: "Possibly Saturday." They also play on Sunday.
Melissa Rohlin: Klay on when he hurt his thumb: "I thought it was just a bad sprain. Luckily it wasn't worse. It hurt. But I'm not going to leave the game with only eight or nine guys we have. I'm not going to leave them out there on an island like that. So I just played through it."
Monte Poole: 'He and Rocco are about to get even closer.' -#Warriors coach Steve Kerr on how @KlayThompson (who during his career has played in 98 percent of available games) will cope with being idle with fractured R thumb Klay does love his dog.
Logan Murdock: What is Klay Thompson going to during his time off from injury? Steve Kerr: “He and Rocko [his dog] are about to get even closer.”
Shams Charania: Golden State Warriors All-Star Klay Thompson’s right thumb injury will likely sideline him several games, and he’s expected to return before end of the month, league sources tell Yahoo.
Sam Amick: Klay Thompson fractured right thumb against Minnesota, as has been reported, and will be re-evaluated March 22. Warriors confident he'll return somewhere around there, or not long after, I'm told. Not expected to linger.
Chris Haynes: ESPN Sources: Golden State guard Klay Thompson has a fractured right thumb and will be re-evaluated next Thursday, March 22.
Mark Medina: With Klay's injury, that means both Klay and Steph are out for at least the next four games. No Splash Brothers for at least a week.
Connor Letourneau: Klay Thompson has a right thumb sprain and Nick Young has a left hip contusion. Both are probable for Wednesday's game against the Lakers.
Chris Haynes: Golden State says Stephen Curry (right hand contusion), Kevin Durant (sprained left ankle), David West (left lateral knee soreness) and Klay Thompson (sprained right ankle) are a go tonight at Orlando. Andre Iguodala (sore left knee) will sit it out.
Connor Letourneau: Patrick McCaw will start for Klay Thompson (sore right foot) tonight. Briante Weber will definitely play, Kerr said.
Chris Fedor: #Warriors Klay Thompson with a noticeable grimace when getting up from the podium. Had a limp last night. https://t.co/ZdUNbOK0qh
November 30, 2022 | 5:07 am EST Update
“Damian Lillard is targeting a return date of December 4th here in Portland against the Indiana Pacers.” @ChrisBHaynes shares the latest timetable on Damian Lillard
Callie Caplan: Tim Hardaway Jr. (22 points on 8-16 FG) after his most efficient game of season: “It was a relief today just to see them put me in there [starting] and give me confidence.” He and Jason Kidd had long talk yesterday while THJ came in for an off-day workout.
Nick Wright: Luka Doncic is 23 years old. Dirk Nowitzki played 20 years, all for the Mavs, and is the NBA’s 6th all time leading scorer. Luka Doncic and Dirk Nowitzki now have the same number of career 40 point games!!! Doesn’t seem possible, but it is.