OAKLAND -- Add Klay Thompson to the list of All-Stars unavailable to the Warriors when they face the Lakers Wednesday night.
And like his backcourt mate Stephen Curry, Thompson will be out of the lineup for at least another full week and probably longer, multiple sources confirmed to NBC Sports Bay Area.
Though the Warriors are calling it a right thumb sprain, an ESPN report referred to it a fracture. In either case, Thompson is sidelined by an injury sustained in the fourth quarter of a loss to the Timberwolves on Sunday in Minnesota.
Thompson, the team's No. 3 scorer at 19.7 points per game, is scheduled to undergo reevaluation on March 22.
Curry, out since tweaking his right ankle last Thursday, is scheduled to be reevaluated on March 20.
Draymond Green, who has spent the season playing through discomfort in his right shoulder, will not play against the Lakers and is day-to-day after that. He likely will miss a few more games over the final four weeks of the season.