Injury Report: Steph Curry, Jonathan Kuminga listed as probable vs. Trail Blazers on Sunday

The Golden State Warriors will enter the final game of the regular season on Sunday against the Portland Trail Blazers with a chance to lock up a top-six seed in the Western Conference playoff race. 

With Sunday’s contest carrying heavy playoff implications, the Warriors will need all the help they can get against the Trail Blazers. Heading into Sunday’s game, a pair of key contributors are listed as probable on the injury report. 

Steph Curry (right hip contusion) and Jonathan Kuminga (right toe contusion) are both listed as probable for Sunday’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday afternoon. 

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Curry is coming off a 25-point performance on 8-of-14 shooting from the field with seven boards and six assists during Friday’s road win against the Sacramento Kings. 

Kuminga has played 19 or more minutes in Golden State’s previous five games of the season. On Friday against the Kings, Kuminga notched 15 points on 4-of-5 shooting from the floor with a pair of made triples to go along with a rebound and assist in 19 minutes. 

The Warriors will close out the regular season on Sunday in Portland at 12:30 p.m. PT. 

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