There’s uncertainty surrounding Stephen Curry’s availability for the Warriors’ upcoming Inseason tournament game against the Timberwolves due to right knee soreness, as he is currently listed as questionable.
Curry is the sole player from the Warriors listed on the injury report for Tuesday’s match, making it quite clear what the team’s strategy would be in his absence.
In the event that Curry cannot participate, Chris Paul would be slotted into the starting lineup, leading to increased usage rates for Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins.
All three of these players are likely already part of most fantasy basketball rosters.
However, Wiggins’ relatively sluggish performance at the start of the season has left fantasy managers contemplating whether to drop him or consider acquiring him at a discounted value if he’s available.
Should Curry be unable to play against the Timberwolves, the next probable game where he’ll make his return would be when facing the Oklahoma City Thunder.