Thompson finished with nine points (2-16 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 3-3 FT), eight assists, and four rebounds in 32 minutes during Wednesday's 129-107 loss to the Trail Blazers. After five straight games scoring at least 22 points, Thompson was ice-cold Wednesday, making just 2-of-16 from the field. The eight assists marked a season-high for Thompson which at least provided one positive for his owners. The break may have come at just the right time for the Warriors who certainly didn't look at their best in this one. Thompson should be able to bounce back quite quickly as the Warriors continues to strive for the number one seed.
Thompson put up 22 points (9-14 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), four rebounds, two blocks and one assist in 32 minutes Tuesday in the Warriors' 115-108 win over the Jazz. Thompson briefly departed from the contest after spraining his left ring finger, but he returned to action and turned in another stellar shooting night while aiding Golden State to a come-from-behind win. It's possible the Warriors exercise some caution with Thompson and hold him out of the second half of the back-to-back set Wednesday in Portland, but the team has yet to provide any indication that will happen. In any event, it seems nothing can slow Thompson down at the moment, as the shooting guard is enjoying his best stretch of the season. He's topped 20 points in all but two of his last nine outings while hitting 59.3 percent of his attempts from the field and 57.8 percent of his attempts from beyond the arc during that span.
Thompson has been diagnosed with a sprained left ring finger and is available to return to Tuesday's game against the Jazz. Thompson's injury apparently looked worse than it is. Even if he does return to Tuesday's game, it's possible he'll land on the injury report for Wednesday's game against the Trail Blazers.
Thompson suffered a left hand injury during Tuesday's game against the Jazz and went to the locker room, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. It's unclear if Thompson will be able to return to Tuesday's contest. Either way, he could end up on the injury report ahead of Wednesday's game against Portland.
Thompson supplied 29 points (11-21 FG, 6-13 3Pt, 1-1 FT), three rebounds and two assists across 38 minutes in the Warriors' 120-118 win over the Heat on Sunday. Thompson checked in behind only Kevin Durant in scoring on the night for the Warriors, as he kept up the heater that's he's been on ever since the calendar flipped to February. The 29-year-old has now shot at least 52.9 percent over the first four games of the month, leading to a 62.1 percent success rate overall during that span. Thompson's work from behind the arc has been particularly exemplary, as he's drained 60.0 percent of his long-range attempts during that stretch while putting up no fewer than 25 points in any of those contests.
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