Anthony Slater: Andrew Wiggins is questionable tonight vs Rockets with left foot soreness. Klay Thompson and Andre Iguodala already out, resting on the second night of a back-to-back. Steph Curry, as expected, will play.
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Nick Friedell: Andrew Wiggins (leg contusion) getting checked out by Warriors medical staff, according to Steve Kerr. Chriss also did not practice. They are questionable for tomorrow vs. Kings. Draymond also questionable as well.
Jon Krawczynski: Wiggins available tonight
Kyle Ratke: Andrew Wiggins (illness) was not with the team for shootaround in Utah today. Josh Okogie (knee) participated in shootaround, but team will see how he feels going into tonight’s game.
Christopher Hine: Andrew Wiggins is doubtful for tomorrow’s game against Utah, but the Wolves are listing him with an illness, not personal reasons. Okogie questionable. Napier doubtful.
Christopher Hine: Derrick Rose and Jeff Teague are out. Wiggins a game-time decision Ryan Saunders said.
Dane Moore: Derrick Rose, Jeff Teague and Andrew Wiggins — all of whom missed Tuesday’s game in Denver are questionable to play Thursday in Utah. Karl-Anthony Towns is probable to play in that game. His knee ailment is inflammation/stiffness that he doesn’t anticipate missing time for.
Dane Moore: Karl-Anthony Towns is PROBABLE to play tonight against Denver. Andrew Wiggins, Jeff Teague and Derrick Rose are questionable. Robert Covington and Luol Deng are both out.
Jon Krawczynski: In Denver, Ryan Saunders says Towns and Wiggins will go through shootaround and warmups before deciding if they will play
Dane Moore: Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns are questionable for the Wolves game at Denver tomorrow. Robert Covington and Luol Deng will be out again. That will be Covington’s 31st game missed in a row.
Christopher Hine: Ryan Saunders said Towns’ injury was a re-aggravation of some knee soreness that was lingering. He will go through warmups before seeing if he can play. Wiggins is out again. Bates-Diop to start again
Jon Krawczynski: Andrew Wiggins is out tonight with a quad contusion
Jon Krawczynski: Andrew Wiggins is out tonight, per Ryan Saunders
Kyle Ratke: Andrew Wiggins (illness) was not at practice today.
Kyle Ratke: Andrew Wiggins (illness) is out for the Wolves tonight, per Ryan Saunders.
Dane Moore: Andrew Wiggins is questionable to play tonight with an illness, per the team. Wiggins was at practice yesterday but wearing a hoodie — which he usually doesn’t do.
Jon Krawczynski: Derrick Rose is out tonight. Wiggins and Teague in, Thibs says
Jon Krawczynski: Teague and Wiggins both available tonight. Important with Butler gone and the Sixers guys not available
Christopher Hine: Andrew Wiggins is out tonight because of a right quad contusion (same injury that caused him to miss time recently). Wiggins was hit again there in the Lakers game
Christopher Hine: Andrew Wiggins will not play again tonight, per the Timberwolves
Dave McMenamin: Tom Thibodeau says Andrew Wiggins went through shootaround without any limitations. He will play against the Lakers tonight, barring any hitch in warmups.
Malika Andrews: Andrew Wiggins (right quad) is out tonight against the Bucks. Jimmy Butler will be a game time decision.
Christopher Hine: Andrew Wiggins is out tonight. Okogie gets the start.
John Meyer: Andrew Wiggins has missed 1 game in his entire career (330/331) so it’s weird to see him leave with an injury tonight (questionable to return: right quad contusion). Josh Okogie should see more minutes in AW’s absence.
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Scott Agness: Sabonis will play in OKC and start after a four-game absence. He’s in the lineup with Duarte, LeVert, Craig and Holiday.
Gerald Bourguet: Monty Williams said it’s “good to see that progress is being made,” but didn’t have a concrete update on Deandre Ayton. Jae Crowder and JaVale McGee had good workouts, but Monty had conversations with both about being aware of the big picture given this stage of their careers
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