Klay Thompson Not on Warriors' Injury Report, But Three Players Remain

A day after making an appearance on the Warriors' injury report with a sprained left ankle, Klay Thompson is considered healthy and has been removed from the report.

However, Stephen Curry (right hand contusion) and Kevin Durant (sprained right ankle) are listed as probable. Andre Iguodala, who missed Friday's game in Orlando, is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Miami with a sore left knee.

Curry has been bothered by a mysterious right ring finger injury. For the last two games, he has had a thick wrap covering the finger. The Warriors' point guard doesn't expect the injury to heal anytime soon.

"They're trying to keep the optimism high, but it's something that I won't wake up next week and it be 100 percent. So hopefully, as I go through these next couple games and deal with the pain as it is right now, it'll continue to heal. I don't think I'm in jeopardy of injuring it more. That's why I'm out there playing. However long it takes, I know it won't get any worse. So that's the positive," Curry told reporters after the win over the Magic on Friday.

Curry played 33 minutes and finished with 23 points, 10 assists and six rebounds. Durant scored 25 points in 30 minutes before getting ejected late in the contest.

David West (left lateral knee soreness) has also been removed from the injury report. The veteran forward scored two points, dished out four assists and grabbed three rebounds in 11 minutes off the bench on Friday.

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