Andrew Wiggins will not be on the floor for the Warriors as they face the Los Angeles Clippers in a Saturday matinee at Crypto.com Arena.
The Golden State forward has been ruled out for the second consecutive game with right finger soreness. Wiggins missed the Warriors' 120-114 win over the Clippers on Thursday at Chase Center after slamming his car door on the finger that morning.
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Warriors coach Steve Kerr initially described the incident as a short-term injury for Wiggins, but just how long it will keep the 28-year-old sidelined remains to be seen.
The injury also comes at an inopportune time for Wiggins, who looked like himself in his last game, with a 29-point performance in Golden State's one-point loss to the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday.
The Warriors will look for their second victory in a row over the Clippers with a short-handed bench as well, as veterans Chris Paul (leg) and Gary Payton II (calf) also are out with injuries.