LAST TIME OUT
Stephen Curry aggravated a sprained right ankle and the Warriors lost a 101-95 heartbreaker in San Antonio on Wednesday. Before Curry went down in the third quarter, he and Monta Ellis were playing their best game of the season. Curry had 20 points and eight assists and Ellis had a Warriors season-high 38 points and seven assists. Golden State had a four-point lead when Curry suffered the injury, but the team was unable to withstand a fourth-quarter Spurs rally. FULL GAME RECAP | CURRY INJURY UPDATE
WARRIORS VS. LAKERS
Back in April, the Warriors snapped a 12-game losing streak against the Lakers with a 95-87 win in front of a sellout crowd at Oracle Arena. Now they’ll have the opportunity to snap another streak, as the team has lost each of its last six road games against the Lakers. Nate Robinson is expected to make his Warriors debut against the Lakers, and he'll be immediately tested by going up against the likes of Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum.
Injuries:Warriors - Stephen Curry (sprained right ankle) is day-to-day. Lakers - Derrick Caracter (torn lateral meniscus, left knee) is out. Josh McRoberts (sprained left big toe and left thumb) is doubtful.
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