Thompson scored 31 points (12-19 FG, 7-12 3PT) to go with four rebounds and three assists in Friday's win over the Pelicans.
The game was perhaps closer than anticipated for three quarters, but Thompson heated up in the second half and led all Warriors in scoring. It was an encouraging bounce-back game after Thompson had just 16 points in the opener against Houston, a relatively low total by his standards. Through two contests, Thompson is a combined 11-of-19 from three.
According to the NHL's official media site, Caggiula (undisclosed) is still on injured reserve ahead of Saturday's matinee versus host Philadelphia.
The Ontario-born winger reportedly joined the team charter to Philly, but there's been no sign of his activation from IR. Caggiula's next chance to draw into game action comes Tuesday versus the Penguins in Pittsburgh.
Recalled from AHL Lehigh Valley on Thursday, Read is needed with the parent club since Jordan Weal (upper body) and Taylor Leier (undisclosed) will each be injured scratches the matinee. Read added 10 goals and nine helpers over 63 games with Philly last season.
Collins (illness) played seven minutes off the bench in the Blazers' win over Indiana on Friday.
The rookie came in battling an illness but was ultimately cleared to play. Collins was held without a point, shooting 0-of-4 from the field, including 0-of-1 from three, to go with two rebounds, one turnover and two fouls.
Scheppers has decided to become a free agent, Brandon Warne of The Athletic reports.
Scheppers spent the vast majority of 2017 in Triple-A, but struggled to match the numbers he posted earlier in his career that earned him a promotion to the top level. He will attempt to improve his numbers by going the change of scenery route.